Democratic New Hampshire Town Hall: How to Watch the Live Stream Online
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sit down with CNN and a live audience Wednesday evening—here's how to watch live.
Less than a week before New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary vote, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will face town-hall-style questions from CNN and a live audience.
Sanders and Clinton will both appear Wednesday evening at the Opera House in Derry, N.H., with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper moderating each segment. The rival candidates will not appear on-stage at the same time, instead taking questions directly from Cooper and voters during their alloted times.
The event will begin on CNN at 9 p.m. ET. For those without a cable subscription, the town hall forum can be viewed online using CNNgo or the cable news network’s mobile app. Either option requires cable authentification for viewing.
Satellite radio listeners can tune into the event on SiriusXM channel 116.
Sanders is expected to handily defeat overall frontrunner Clinton in New Hampshire, but the pair will also face off Thursday evening at the University of New Hampshire for a full debate hosted by MSNBC.