Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will meet face to face for the first time since Super Tuesday during Sunday’s Democratic debate.
CNN will stream the event live from the Whiting Auditorium in Flint, Michigan—for free.
The city of Flint is in crisis as a contaminated water supply continues to plague residents. Both Sanders and Clinton have been vocal about the issue on the campaign trail so expect it to come into play during the debate.
CNN’s Anderson Cooper will moderate the contest, which is set to begin at 8pm EST.
The network will provide a live stream on CNN.com’s homepage and on mobile devices. Follow along on the debate action using the hashtag #DemDebate on social media.
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