On November 3 the new president of the United States will be elected. Before, candidates will be elected to represent each party in the presidential race. The Republican Party has Donald Trump, but there are still doubts in the Democratic Party.
The future of the Democrats may be clarified a little in the next debate, number 11 in what we have been campaigning. The televised debate confronts Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, the two main candidates of the blue party.
Are you interested in following the live broadcast? We explain to you how and when to watch the democratic debate live on TV or on streaming, what candidates are going to participate and how many each have to face Trump in the 2020 elections.
When is the democratic debate between Biden and Sanders?
The tenth democratic debate of the campaign for the presidential elections of 2020 will take place next Sunday, March 15 in Arizona, Phoenix. Start at 5:00 p.m. (local time), when in Spain it is 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday 16.
The debate will be held at the Arizona Federal Theater in Phoenix and will be moderated by CNN journalists Dana Bash and Jake Tapper, along with Univision journalist Jorge Ramos. These are the channels through which you can follow live.
The decision to do so in Arizona has a lot to do with the fact that on the 17th of March the primaries take place in this state, as well as in Florida, Illinois and Ohio. The debate may have a decisive impact on the results.
The only two participants will be Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, since they are the only two candidates who have obtained a minimum of 20% of the delegates' support. In addition, as an exception, there will be no public or press for concern about the coronavirus.
How to see the democratic debate from Spain
As we say, the democratic debate will be broadcast on television through CNN and Univision, as well as CNN in Espaol and CNN International. If you are in Spain, chances are you don't have access to these channels.
In this case, you should resort to the retransmission of the debate in streaming through the American version of the website of the CNN, for which you will not need an access code or a subscription to a cable television service.
For now it has not been announced if the debate can also be seen by the international version of the CNN, but if not and that the broadcast is only available in the United States, you will want to use a VPN network.
VPNs will allow you to change your Spanish IP address to one located in the United States, which means that you can surf the Internet as if you were in that country. There are many options, but we recommend NordVPN Y ExpressVPN.
With access to streaming of the debate, you can also enjoy it from your TV if you connect your laptop, smartphone Y tablet to your TV through a HDMI cable or a dongle Google Chromecast.
Who are the Democratic candidates for the presidency of the United States?
The Democratic Party still has three candidates for the presidency of the United States. On the one hand, we have Joe Biden, vice president during the Barack Obama legislature and currently the candidate with the most support from delegates.
The other candidate with more support is Bernie Sanders, current senator for Vermont and who in 2016 lost the Democratic race against Hillary Clinton. The third candidate is the representative for Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard, but she only has the support of two delegates.
Other candidates have been abandoning the Democratic campaign in recent months. This is the case of Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar or Andrew Yang. Beto ORourke, Kamala Harris and others retired before the primary.
Who wins the race to represent the Democratic Party?
For now, Joe Biden is the candidate who is at the head of the Democratic race having won the support of 823 delegates. Waiting for the last primary to be celebrated, Bernie Sanders is second with 663 delegates in his favor.
Most of the candidates already retired from the campaign have offered their support to Biden, the most centrist candidate representing the majority of the values of the Democratic Party. Sanders, on the other hand, sits farther to the left and is seen as an anti-system.
There are still several primaries to be held, as these will last until next June 6. Win that candidate who gets the support of 1,991 delegates or more, and then must face the faces with Donald Trump.
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