Following Super Saturday, Democratic presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will once again face off during the CNN Democratic Debate tonight.
The showdown will take place in Flint, Michigan, a city dealing with a major toxic crisis. Moreover, the debate will happen just fight before the Michigan primary where the two Democratic candidates will try to win votes from minority and working class voters.
According to CNN, Clinton had already started reaching out to Michigan residents as early as last month when she visited the city and spoke bluntly about the water crisis. “This is not merely unacceptable or wrong, though it is both. What happened in Flint is immoral,” Clinton remarked. She also said that had the water issue been discovered in a primarily white area, the problem would have been fixed already.
Not to be outdone, Sanders had also visited Flint last month and met with residents to get firsthand accounts of the problems they face due to the contaminated water situation. And during a rally at Dearborn later on, Sanders did not hesitate to share his disappointment. “Is this the United States of America?’ I fear that Flint is the canary in the coal mine here,” he said.
You don’t need to have cable at home to watch the CNN Democratic Debate. All you need to do is stay online. To watch, just go to CNN.com and stream with CNN Go. You can easily open this to live stream on your desktop or use your tablet or phone, whether it be Android, Windows, iPhone or iPad. Meanwhile, you can also download the CNN mobile app for your Kindle Fire, Nook, Windows, Nokia , Android, iPhone, iPod, iPad and BlackBerry devices.
The CNN Democratic Debate begins at 8 p.m. ET tonight.