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How to Watch and Stream ABC News’ Democratic Debate

The debate airs live from New Hampshire at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT

The second Democratic debate of 2020 — and eighth overall — will take place on Friday, Feb. 7. The debate begins at 8 p.m. ET, runs until about 11 p.m. ET and is hosted by ABC News in conjunction with Apple News and Hearst Television’s WMUR-TV. Viewers will be able to watch it on television as well as stream it online.

Once the debate kicks off at Saint Anselm College’s Sullivan Arena in Manchester, it will be airing nationally on ABC and locally on WMUR-TV. ABC News will stream the event on ABC News Live, including on Apple News, Roku, Hulu, AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Sling TV, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and the ABC News website and mobile applications. WMUR-TV will also stream it on www.WMUR.com and its own mobile app.

The YouTube stream is embedded above.

The qualifying candidates (in the order they’ll appear on stage) are entrepreneur Andrew Yang; former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders; former Vice President Joe Biden; Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren; Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar; and businessman Tom Steyer. The podium order was determined by polling averages.

Moderators for the debate will be ABC News’ chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, “World News Tonight” anchor and managing editor David Muir and ABC News Live anchor Linsey Davis along with WMUR-TV political director Adam Sexton and WMUR-TV news anchor Monica Hernandez.

The debate comes days before New Hampshire’s primary. Earlier this week, the Iowa primary was fraught with polling problems that led to the DNC chair asking for a recanvassing of the caucus votes.