How to Watch the Washington Post-univision Democratic Presidential Debate

  1. WHO:
    Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will answer questions from moderators Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post and Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision.
  2. WHAT (to watch for):
    Immigration almost certainly will be a major topic of discussion, given the setting and Univision's involvement. Univision announced in February that it would launch a voter registration drive aimed at growing the Latino electorate by 3 million people.
  3. WHERE:
    Miami Dade College in Miami.
  4. WHEN:
    Pre-debate coverage led by The Fix's Chris Cillizza begins at 8:45 p.m. on Wednesday on The Washington Post's desktop and mobile sites, as well as its app for Apple TV. The debate starts at 9 p.m.
  5. WHY:
    Florida, a critical swing state in the general election, is also an important primary state, with 246 delegates on the table. Voters will cast ballots next Tuesday and have already begun early voting, so this debate represents one of the candidates' last opportunities to make their cases. In addition, the Democratic National Committee's partnership with Univision on this debate is an overture to Latino voters, who are essential to the party's base.
  6. HOW (to watch):
    The Washington Post will stream the debate on its website and on the Washington Post app for Apple TV. CNN will air the debate on cable in English and stream it on its website and mobile app, and Univision will carry it in Spanish. During breaks in the debate, the Post livestream will feature discussions with anchors and guests in Washington and inside the debate hall. On Facebook, the Post will share additional behind-the-scenes videos.