20 Democrat candidates will showcase their qualifications to be president on July 30 and 31 in Detroit, during the next round of presidential debates. This round is hosted by CNN with moderators Dana Bash, Don Lemon, and Jake Tapper:
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
- Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont
- Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana
- Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio
- Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper
- Former Rep. John Delaney of Maryland
- Author Marianne Williamson
- Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota
- Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana
- Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas
- Former Vice President Joe Biden
- Sen. Kamala Harris of California
- Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii
- Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York
- Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey
- Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City
- Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado
- Entrepreneur Andrew Yang
- Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington
- Former Housing Secretary Julián Castro
DISQUALIFIED FROM THIS ROUND:
Candidates who did not raise enough money or poll well enough to be considered for this debate are:
- Rep. Seth Moulton
- Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel
- Mayor Wayne Messam of Miramar, Florida
- Entrepreneur Tom Steyer
- Former Rep. Joe Sestak
Candidates needed 1 percent support in three qualifying polls, or to have gained 65,000 unique donations with a minimum of 200 unique donors per state in 20 states.
WHERE TO WATCH
The debates are on CNN, as well as CNN.com and the mobil apps for CNN on iOS and Android. No need to log in with a cable provider if you watch livestream. They will run from 8-10 pm Eastern Time, 4 pm-6 pm Alaska Time.
Candidates will give opening and closing statements, and have one minute to respond to direct questions from moderators, as well as 30 seconds for responses or rebuttals. There will be no questions in the “show-of-hand” or one-word answers.
The Democratic National Convention is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 13-16.