There are only three major Democratic candidates left in the race to the presidency in 2016, and it's time for another debate! This debate will air live today, Saturday, Nov. 14, at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, with Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley all giving it another shot to court your vote.
Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa will be the location of this debate, which has been used in the past two presidential election cycles.
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Clinton, Sanders and O'Malley are expected to face questions on the economy and wage inequality, according to Face the Nation host John Dickerson, who will co-moderate the debate. He told The Des Moines Register: "The goal of the moderator is to illuminate the views of the candidates on the issues that matter the most to voters, and you don't need to be on the side of the party to do that."
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The CBS News Democratic Debate airs live at 9 p.m. EDT/ 8 p.m. CDT tonight, Nov. 14.
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