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Read Live Coverage Of Democratic Presidential Debate In Milwaukee

Clinton, Sanders To Face Off For Sixth Time

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton

The two Democratic Party presidential candidates — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders — will face off on Thursday night for a two-hour televised debate in Milwaukee.

The debate — the sixth time that Clinton and Sanders have met — will be hosted by PBS NewsHour in partnership with Facebook. NewsHouse hosts Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will moderate the event, being held at Helen Bader Concert Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The debate begins at 8 p.m.

Wisconsin Public Radio’s Kathleen Dunn, “Kathleen Dunn Show” producer Scottie Lee Meyers, and University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Mike Wagner are covering the event live from Milwaukee for WPR and Wisconsin Vote. Below, read a compilation of their coveragealong with insights from Wisconsin journalists, analysts, politicians and observers — below:

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