Des Moines, Iowa – The campaign trail in Iowa is vacant as 20 Democratic presidential candidates prepare for nationally televised debates tonight and tomorrow night.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock will be on stage tonight in Detroit, but he didn’t qualify for the first round of debates and recently offered this critique of his competitors’ debate performances in late June.
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro predicts health care and immigration will be among the key issues he and the other candidates debate tomorrow night.
South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg says his goal in tonight’s debate is to give Americans an idea of what kind of a competitor he’d be in the General Election.
The debates over the next two nights will air on CNN, start at 7 p.m. and last for two hours.