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How to Watch the Democratic Debate Tonight

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How to Watch the Democratic Debate Tonight

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made history in Iowa Monday night ending 2016’s opening presidential nominating contest in an unprecedented virtual tie.

Now that Iowa is in the rearview mirror, anticipation for the New Hampshire primary is growing daily and many Americans will be looking to tonight's head-to-head Democratic debate to learn more about what sets the two candidates apart.

Americans will be looking to tonight's head-to-head Democratic debate to learn more about what sets these two candidates apart. Photo credit: Matt Baron / REX Shutterstock

Tonight's debate at the University of New Hampshire in Durham will be moderated by NBC News’ Chuck Todd and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow.

According to MSNBC, here's what you need to know about tonight's debate:

  • The debate will air live on MSNBC, beginning at 9 p.m. ET

  • You can also watch the live stream of the debate online on MSNBC.com. And if looking for real-time reactions and analysis, you’ll find it at all decision2016.nbcnews.com.

  • If you’re on the go, you can also download our apps on Android and iOS to get all the latest.

  • Join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #DemDebate.

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