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COMPLETE COVERAGE: The 2016 Presidential Debates
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Debate Viewer's Guide: 5 Things to Watch For

Five Democrats vying to be President Barack Obama's successor meet Tuesday night for their first televised debate of the 2016 election, a confrontation between one of the best-known women on the planet and four men seeking to unseat her as the party'

On The WBEN Liveline: A Debate Preview from Dave Levinthal in DC

What to Expect: Hear WBEN's Pre-Debate Roundtable

WBEN's Michael Caputo and SUNY Buffalo State's Prof. Bruce Bryski talked about the stakes and expectations with John & Susan.
Part I | Part II | Part III

Clinton, Sanders rivalry in spotlight as Democrats debate

Hillary Rodham Clinton says she always expected tough competition in the Democratic presidential primary. It's likely she didn't expect it would come from Bernie Sanders, the rumpled independent senator from Vermont

From CNN: Hillary Vs Bernie = Lecture vs Rock Concert

Who's In The Debate: A Guide to The Candidates

Grab your binoculars and bring along this field guide to the candidates.

Predicting 2016

(WBEN) - While some would say that it's still early in the process, David Rothschild, an economist at Microsoft Research, believes he has a pretty good handle on who will be on the ticket for 2016's general election.

CNN Debate Rules: Biden Good Enough In Polls To Be In, If Declares

 CNN says it will allow VP Joe Biden to be in the first Democratic presidential primary debate even if he decides that day to be a candidate.   

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