October Democratic Debate: Fact Check And Analysis
There's a lot to watch for in Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate in Ohio.
Candidates will navigate how to address impeachment and President Trump's attacks on Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Elizabeth Warren steps onto the stage having moved steadily to the front of the pack. Bernie Sanders returns after suffering a heart attack on the campaign trail. And nine other candidates will round out a crowded stage where time to impress voters will be scarce.
The debate begins at 8 p.m. ET. The CNN/New York Times Democratic Presidential Debate airs live on CNN. You can also listen to it on many local NPR stations.
We will provide live analysis and fact-checking of the debate here on NPR.org through the evening.