Kick the tires and light the fires, America, it’s time for another round of Sanders vs. Clinton.
Tonight, the two Democratic presidential contenders will face off in the first debate since Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary by more than 20 points.
While Clinton still leads in many of the upcoming state caucuses and primaries, the debate comes as Sanders rides a wave of success following his New Hampshire win, which brought in more than $5.2 million in donations within 18 hours after polls closed, according to the senator’s campaign.
Tonight’s debate, held in Milwaukee, is hosted by PBS, which promises to dig deeper into the issues than cable channels and networks that rely on ratings. Viewers can expect to “get beyond soundbite answers… on issues like criminal justice reform and immigration.”
You can tune into to your local PBS station at 9pm ET to catch the action, or just watch via PBS’s livestream below:
Clinton and Sanders will next face off in the Nevada caucus on Saturday, Feb. 20, the same day South Carolina holds its primary vote for the Republican nominee. The GOP presidential candidates will debate next this Saturday, Feb. 13, on CBS.