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If you missed last night’s CNN Town Hall with the 3 Democratic presidential candidates; click on the link below for the full video.  This town was praised because it let each candidate give longer more complete answers vs. debate style. Each candidate was able to showcase their strengths more effectively.
Prior debates
You can view all prior full debates by click on either the GOP or Democratic debate schedule links below.  You will find the full debate link highlighted in RED.
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The more information people have about each candidates’ positions, their vision, their competence and last but not least their temperament; the better their selection process will be. 
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Each candidate has approximately 30 minutes after the introductory remarks by Chris Cuomoand Anderson Cooper of CNN.  Bernie Sanders is introduced at the 5.5 minute mark; Martin O’Malley is introduced at the 53 minute mark and Hillary Clinton is introduced at the 1 hr. 25 minute mark.
Martin O’Malley, former governor Hillary Clinton, former
secretary of state  &  Bernie Sanders, senator
Democratic Town Hall_Iowa Mon., Jan. 25, 2016
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​President Obama is interviewed by Politico’s
 Glenn Thrush_January 25, 2016
​Chris Cuomo, attorney & moderator CNN Town Hall
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After the town wrapped up; at the 2 hr 7 minute mark; seven political strategists and  a politician gave their analysis.  Lead by Don Lemon, news anchor CNN the others were Gloria Borger, Van Jones, Peter Beieart, Bakari Sellers, Donna Brazille and Michael Smerconish.

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Next GOP debate –  Thurs., Jan. 28, 2016 – FOX

Next GOP debate   Sat., Feb. 6, 2016 ABC

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Next Democratic debate – Thurs., Feb. 11, 2016 – PBS
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IOWA Caucus – Mon., February 1, 2016 

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NEW HAMPSHIRE – Tues., February 9, 2016
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TOMORROW
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
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FLINT, MIMSNBC’s Rachel Maddow is taking her show on the road to bring a town hall to Flint in light of the city’s water crisis.

The Rachel Maddow Show has kept Flint’s water crisis in the national spotlight for several months highlighting key points in the city’s ongoing saga.

Rachel Maddow will host “American Disaster: The Crisis in Flint, An MSNBC Town Hall” on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 9 p.m. in Flint, according to a news release from MSNBC.

Maddow, along with members of the Flint community, Mayor Karen Weaver; U.S. SenatorDebbie Stabenow; Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha of Hurley Medical Center; Lanice Lawson, creator of Bottles for Babies; Curt Guyette, reporter for the ACLU in Michigan; Brynn Mickle and Ron Fonger of The Flint Journal; and Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer. will discuss how the man-made Flint water crisis is now a full blown emergency, as well as the health implications and the potential solutions.

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Be the Media!
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Camille
Camille Mitchell
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