The Fifth Debate: November 20, 2019 in Georgia

 

The Stage: Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, GA
                            

Wednesday, November 20, 2019 

MSNBC
The Washington Post      

 

The Moderators: TBA
          

 

The Candidates:  (unofficial)  

Name State On Stage 4 of 4
Polls
>165k
Donors

Joe Biden

DE

Y

x

x

Cory Booker

NJ

Y

x

x

Pete Buttigieg

IN

Y

x

x

Tulsi Gabbard

HI

Y

x

x

Kamala Harris

CA

Y

x

x

Amy Klobuchar

MN

Y

x

x

Beto O'Rourke

TX

Y

x

x

Bernie Sanders

VT

Y

x

x

Tom Steyer

CA

Y

x

x

Elizabeth Warren

MA

Y

x

x

Andrew Yang

NY

Y

x

x

Julián  Castro

TX

DNQ

0

x

Michael Bennet

CO

DNQ

0

<165k

Steve Bullock

MT

DNQ

0

<165k

John Delaney

MD

DNQ

0

<165k

Wayne Messam

FL

DNQ

0

<165k

Tim Ryan

OH

DNQ

0

<165k

Joe Sestak (entered 6/23)

PA

DNQ

0

<165k

Marianne Williamson   DNQ 0 <165k
Michael Bloomberg*** NY DNQ O <165k

*** Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has not officially entered the presidential race. We are monitoring the situation closely.

 

Past Candidates

  
Eric Swalwell CA OUT 7/8
Mike Gravel AK OUT 8/5
John Hickenlooper CO OUT 8/15
Jay Inslee WA OUT 8/21
Seth Moulton MA OUT 8/23
Kirsten Gillibrand NY OUT 8/28
Bill de Blasio NY OUT 9/20
Tim Ryan NY OUT 10/24
Beto O'Rourke NY OUT 11/1

 


 

The Fourth Debate: October 15, 2019 in Ohio

 

The Stage: Otterbein University, Westerville, OH*
                            

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 
Watch the debate on your computer.

CNN
New York Times      

 

The Moderators:
           Erin Burnett 
 Anchor, Erin Burnett OutFront    
Anderson Cooper  Anchor, Anderson Cooper 360
Marc Lacey  National Editor, New York Times

 

The Candidates:   

Name State On Stage 4 of 4
Polls
>130
Donors

Joe Biden

DE

Y

x

x

Cory Booker

NJ

Y

x

x

Pete Buttigieg

IN

Y

x

x

Julián  Castro

TX

Y

x

x

Kamala Harris

CA

Y

x

x

Tulsi Gabbard

HI

Y

x

x

Amy Klobuchar

MN

Y

x

x

Beto O'Rourke

TX

Y

x

x

Bernie Sanders

VT

Y

x

x

Tom Steyer

CA

Y

x

x

Elizabeth Warren

MA

Y

x

x

Andrew Yang

NY

Y

x

x

Marianne Williamson

 

DNQ

1

x

Michael Bennet

CO

DNQ

0

<65k

Steve Bullock

MT

DNQ

0

<65k

John Delaney

MD

DNQ

0

<65k

Wayne Messam

FL

DNQ

0

<65k

Tim Ryan

OH

DNQ

0

<65k

Joe Sestak (entered 6/23)

PA

DNQ

0

<65k

 

Past Candidates

  
Eric Swalwell CA OUT 7/8
Mike Gravel AK OUT 8/5
John Hickenlooper CO OUT 8/15
Jay Inslee WA OUT 8/21
Seth Moulton MA OUT 8/23
Kirsten Gillibrand NY OUT 8/28
Bill de Blasio NY OUT 9/20

 


 

The Third Debate: Sept. 12, 2019 in Texas 

 

The Stage: Texas Southern University*
          

 

Thursday, September 12, 5:00 p.m. PDT

Live stream video on ABCNews (English)

Live stream video on ABC Live (Spanish)  

 

ABC/Univision

* = information on TSU website indicates 6pm start time because the university is in Central Time Zone.

 

The Moderators:

George Stephanopoulos    

ABC News Chief, ABC        

David Muir

Anchor and Managing Editor "World News Tonight"         

Linsey Davis                   

ABC News Correspondent

Jorge Ramos                  

Univision Anchor

 

More information on abcnews.go.com                                                   

Official memorandum from the DNC

 

 

The Candidates:   

Name

State

On Stage

4 of 4
Polls

>130
Donors

Joe Biden

DE

Y

x

x

Cory Booker

NJ

Y

x

x

Pete Buttigieg

IN

Y

x

x

Julián  Castro

TX

Y

x

x

Kamala Harris

CA

Y

x

x

Amy Klobuchar

MN

Y

x

x

Beto O'Rourke

TX

Y

x

x

Bernie Sanders

VT

Y

x

x

Elizabeth Warren

MA

Y

x

x

Andrew Yang

NY

Y

x

x

Tom Steyer (entered 7/9)

CA

DNQ

3 of 4

x

Tulsi Gabbard

HI

DNQ

1 of 4

x

Marianne Williamson

 

DNQ

0

x

Michael Bennet

CO

DNQ

0

<65k

Steve Bullock

MT

DNQ

0

<65k

Bill de Blasio

NY

DNQ

0

<65k

John Delaney

MD

DNQ

0

<65k

Wayne Messam

FL

DNQ

0

<65k

Tim Ryan

OH

DNQ

0

<65k

Joe Sestak (entered 6/23)

PA

DNQ

0

<65k

Read the DNC's May 29, 2019 press release that announced the rules for candidates to qualify for this debate.

Past Candidates and article on state of the race

  
Name   State Date  
Eric Swalwell CA OUT 7/8
Mike Gravel AK OUT 8/5
John Hickenlooper CO OUT 8/15
Jay Inslee WA OUT 8/21
Seth Moulton MA OUT 8/23
Kirsten Gillibrand NY OUT 8/28

The DNC established two ways for candidates to qualify: fundraising and polling. To make the stage, candidates needed to have either at least 2 percent support in four qualifying polls and provide evidence of at least 130,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 400 different donors in at least 20 states. Qualifying contributions must be received by 11:59 P.M., August 28, 2019.


 

The Second Debate: July 30-31, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan

The Stage: Fox Theatre
          

 Tues., July 30, 5:00 p.m. PDT

CNN

 

 Wed., July 31, 5:00 p.m. PDT

CNN     

The Moderators:

        

Dana Bash                

CNN Chief Political Correspondent

 

Don Lemon                          

Anchor, CNN Tonight

Jake Tapper

Anchor, The Lead

The Candidates:   

Name

State

T / W

Polling

Donors

Joe Biden

DE

Wed

x

x

Bernie Sanders

VT

Tues

x

x

Elizabeth Warren

MA

Wed

x

x

Kamala Harris

CA

Wed

x

x

Cory Booker

NJ

Wed

x

x

Kirsten Gillibrand

NY

Wed

x

x

Amy Klobuchar

MN

Tues

x

x

Pete Buttigieg

IN

Tues

x

x

Tulsi Gabbard

HI

Wed

x

x

Jay Inslee

WA

Wed

x

x

Julián  Castro

TX

Wed

x

x

Andrew Yang

CA

Wed

x

x

Marianne Williamson

MT 

Tues

x

x

Beto O'Rourke

TX

Tues

x

x

Steve Bullock*

MT

Tues

x

 

Tim Ryan

OH

Tues

x

 

Michael Bennet

CO

Wed

x

 

Bill de Blasio

NY

Wed

x

 

John Hickenlooper

CO

Tues

x

 

John Delaney

MD

Tues

x

 

Seth Moulton

MA

x

x   

Wayne Messam

FL

x

x   

Mike Gravel

AK

x

  x 
Joe Sestak (entered 6/23) PA x Entered after deadline

Tom Steyer (entered 7/9)

CA

x

Entered after deadline
Eric Swalwell (dropped out 7/8)
       

The DNC established two ways for candidates to qualify: fundraising and polling. To make the stage, candidates needed to have either at least 1 percent support in three qualifying polls, or provide evidence of at least 65,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 different donors in at least 20 states.


 

The First Debate: June 26-27, 2019 in Miami, FL

 

The Stage: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
          

 Wed., June 26, 6:00 p.m. PDT

NBC/Universal/Telemundo

 

 Thur., June 27, 6:00 p.m. PDT

NBC/Universal/Telemundo

 

 

 

The Moderators:

        

Savannah Guthrie                  

The Today Show

Lester Holt                            

NBC Nightly News

Chuck Todd

Meet the Press

Rachel Maddow

The Rachel Maddow Show

José Diaz-Balart

Noticia Telemundo

The Candidates:   

Name

State

W/Th

Polling

Donors

Joe Biden

DE

Thur

x

x

Bernie Sanders

VT

Thur

x

x

Elizabeth Warren

MA

Wed

x

x

Kamala Harris

CA

Thur

x

x

Cory Booker

NJ

Wed

x

x

Kirsten Gillibrand

NY

Thur

x

x

Amy Klobuchar

MN

Wed

x

x

Pete Buttigieg

IN

Thur

x

x

Tulsi Gabbard

HI

Wed

x

x

Jay Inslee

WA

Wed

x

x

Julián  Castro

TX

Wed

x

x

Andrew Yang

CA

Thur

x

x

Marianne Williamson

Thur

x

x

Beto O'Rourke

TX

Wed

x

x

Eric Swalwell

CA

Thur

x

Tim Ryan

OH

Wed

x

Michael Bennet

CO

Thur

x

Bill de Blasio

NY

Wed

x

John Hickenlooper

CO

Thur

x

John Delaney

MD

Wed

x

Steve Bullock

MT

x

Seth Moulton

MA

x

Wayne Messam

FL

x

Mike Gravel

AK

x

The DNC established two ways for candidates to qualify: fundraising and polling. To make the stage, candidates needed to have either at least 1 percent support in three qualifying polls, or provide evidence of at least 65,000 unique donors, with a minimum of 200 different donors in at least 20 states. 


 

Bill de Blasio