The debates are live. After two rounds of Democratic presidential debates that split the field into two separate nights, we're finally getting all of the important candidates in the same evening. So it's time to find out how to watch the third Democratic debate online, so you can see front-runner Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren (his highest-polling challenger) on the same stage at the same time.
Yes, Bernie and Booker and Kamala will also be on the stage, but all attention is on how Biden and Warren will spar, as they're currently seen as the most serious candidates. The rest of the field will also probably see tonight's debate as a long-awaited opportunity to slow Warren — or will they opt to gain ground at Biden's expense, based on the thought it's easier to pile on Biden.
Also, expect the unexpected from technocrat Andrew Yang, who will reportedly announce a plan to donate $120,000 to 10 random families as a test run for his universal basic income plan.
When is the 3rd Democratic debate?
The battle for the nomination continues tonight (Thursday, Sept. 12) at 8 p.m. Eastern | 5 p.m. Pacific. World politics-focused Brits will be tuning in late tonight, at 1 a.m. (yes, technically that's tomorrow).
Andrew Yang’s campaign manager just called to tell me that at tomorrow night’s debate, Yang will be doing "something no presidential candidate has ever done before in history.” He declined to go further than that.September 11, 2019
Weird, right? If he's going to build hype like this he better not disappoint.
Tonight's Democratic debate lineup
- Former Vice President Joe Biden
- Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey
- Senator Kamala Harris of California
- Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota
- Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont
- Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
- South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg
- Obama Housing Secretary Julián Castro
- Former Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas
- Tech investor Andrew Yang
How can I watch the Democratic debates online?
How do I use a VPN to watch the Democratic debate online?
If you're traveling outside the U.S., you can still watch the latest Democratic debates. A virtual private network, or VPN, can help you connect to your desired streaming service through a U.S. server and watch the draft as if you were at home.
We've evaluated many VPN services, and our top pick is ExpressVPN. It meets the VPN needs of the vast majority of users, offering outstanding compatibility with most devices and impressive connection speeds. It's also affordable at $12.95 per month. (Signing up for longer periods of six months or a year reduces the cost even more.)
Here are our favorite VPN options:
Our favorite VPN service, ExpressVPN costs as little as $6.77 per month if you sign up for a one-year contract, and there's a 30-day money-back guarantee. Plus, you get 3 months FREE if you sign up for a one-year plan.View Deal