Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Tonight on ABC

The Democratic Presidential Primary Debate from Saint Anselm College in Manchester is hosted by ABC News and the New Hampshire Union Leader tonight at 6:00 p.m. ABC Democratic presidential debate:

In a controversial twist, the DNC dumped WMUR-TV, Manchester’s ABC affiliate, because the Hearst Television Inc. station is in the midst of a contentious union dispute.

With WMUR no longer involved, David Muir of “World News Tonight” and Martha Raddatz, ABC News’ chief global affairs correspondent, are set to moderate the debate.

New Hampshire is host to the nation’s first presidential primary.

Programming begins at 6 p.m. Arizona time (8 p.m. Eastern) on your local ABC affiliate. It is also live-streamed at ABC News’ website: http://abcnews.go.com/

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4 responses to “Democratic Presidential Primary Debate Tonight on ABC

  1. captain*arizona

    lil debbie knows that hillary will be the next president and you should know it too. I will be voting for bernie in the primary comrades ;but holding my nose and voting for hillary in the general election not that she will need by vote as demographics will make it impossible for a republican to get the majority vote and very difficult in the electoral college as colorado has gone to vote by mail. that should be put on the ballot here along with dope smoking initiative.

  2. “There you go with those negative waves.” To quote Oddball from Kelly’s Heros. Take a chill pill, it’s not the end of the world. But seriously, I really like Sanders but I think the strategy to put the Republicans in the spotlight when they are the most divided and the Democrats out of the spotlight while they sort out their divisions is probably for the best. I thought all of our candidates did very well.

  3. Guess lil Debbie W. Schweinhund picked tonight’s debate date as Christmas Eve wasn’t available. Seriously, her efforts to pave the way for a Hillary nomination, especially by limiting debate exposure may well pave the way for another Republican presidency, one our nation and our Democracy can’t afford.