The Hill’s Cindy Williams reports live coverage of Democratic candidates’ final town halls.
Watch LIVE: Democrats’ final debate begins at 10 p.m.
ET on Tuesday.
The candidates’ responses to a barrage of questions can be viewed in real time, or watched on a laptop computer in a virtual studio.
Here are some tips on when the next debate will be: Thursday: Democrats begin a marathon town hall with more than 20 questions from the public, including from candidates who are still undecided.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo asks Hillary Clinton if she will continue to defend her husband’s legacy, including his signature healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act.
Sanders, who has repeatedly called for an end to the law, said he supports “a single-payer, single-payer health care system.”
Watch LIVE | The Hill: Bernie Sanders asks Hillary to defend Obamacare in town hallWatch LIVE: Bernie is asking Hillary to support a single-payment health care plan for the U.S.A. Sanders has repeatedly said he will support a “Medicare for all” healthcare system, but he has not made that a centerpiece of his campaign.
Hillary Clinton has said she will support the single-payer healthcare system that Sanders supports, and that her healthcare reform bill would be modeled on Sanders’ legislation.
She will be the first female presidential nominee in the race.
Thursday: The final presidential debate will air on CNN.
Sanders will address the event.
WATCH LIVE | CNN hosts ask Bernie Sanders if he will continue with his Medicare for All healthcare plan in townhall WATCH LIVE: Hillary Clinton will discuss her healthcare plan with CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin in her first town hall.
Clinton said she has been working to improve access to healthcare for everyone, and said she was excited to be able to discuss it with Sanders.
“When I’m president, I want to see health care be a right for all Americans,” Clinton said.
Watch: Clinton is asked whether she would continue with Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for all healthcare plan.
Watch Live | TheHill: Hillary is asked about Sanders’ healthcare plan on CNNWatch LIVE | Clinton says she will discuss healthcare with CNN host Brooke BaldwinIn addition to the town hall, CNN will host a town hall on Thursday at noon ET.
This event will be moderated by Anderson Cooper, who will ask Clinton questions about her healthcare overhaul and her 2016 presidential campaign.
WATCH: Clinton has a message for Bernie Sanders and the left: “It’s important for the Democratic Party to keep the focus on the issues,” she said, adding that “the party needs to be about economic justice, economic fairness, economic justice for all people.”
Watch: Democrats debate for first time on Tuesday, April 4, 2020Watch: Bernie speaks in front of his supporters in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Tuesday April 4.
The Democratic Party will hold its first presidential debate on Tuesday evening.
The event will air live on CNN and on cable news channels across the country.
WATCH VIDEO: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally in Las Veldas, Nevada on TuesdayApril 4, 2039.
WATCH VIDEO: Bernie spoke to his supporters after the first debate in Las Vegnes, Nevada.
WATCH The Hill Thursday: The Hill will host the first Democratic presidential debate at 10:00 p.mm ET on Wednesday, April 5.
This is the first presidential town hall event to air live online.
Watch live: Democratic candidates will be asked to defend the Affordable Healthcare Act and other policies.
Watch CNN’s Democratic Presidential Debate on CNN’s live webcast from Las Vegas.
WATCH | The Washington Post: Democrats will face the first major test of the GOP’s ‘repeal and replace’ strategyWatch live: Democrats face the GOP challenge on repeal and replace in a townhall on Wednesday.
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