It’s been just one week since Bernie Sanders faced off against Hillary Clinton and on Thursday, Feb. 11, the two will meet for the first time since the New Hampshire primary.
With Sanders’ surprise win in New Hampshire, Clinton is going into this event prepared. The upcoming Nevada Democratic caucus (Feb. 20) and the South Carolina Democratic primary (Feb. 27) are leaning towards Hillary, which means Thursday’s debate is sure to be an interesting one.
The candidates will meet in the Helen Bader Concert Hall — located at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee — and the debate is set to air at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. on local PBS stations, with a simulcast provided by CNN.
Non-subscribers will be able to access the debate’s live stream on the PBS “NewsHour” website. With the next scheduled Democratic debate set for March 6, the pressure is on both candidates to maintain the momentum and leave a lasting impression.