Democratic Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, left, and Bernie Sanders during the CNN Democratic Presidential candidates' debate, at the Whiting Auditorium in Flint, Michigan, March 6, 2016.
Edward M. Pio Roda—CNN/EPA
By Daniel White
March 9, 2016

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will debate on Wednesday, March 9 in Miami for the eighth time this primary election.

This will be the second Democratic debate in four days, after a Sunday debate found the candidates at odds in Detroit.

Univision and the Washington Post will host the debate from Miami Dade College, the country’s largest college. Both Sanders and Clinton have proposed plans for lowering college costs and even promised “free” tuition at an October debate.

The Miami debate will broadcast live Wednesday at 9p.m. EST on Univision, CNN and Fusion. Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision and Karen Tumulty of the Post will moderate.

Live streaming details were not immediately available.

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