One day after Bernie Sanders shocked Hillary Clinton by defeating her in the Michigan primary, the Democratic rivals will meet for a Univision-Washington Post Democratic debate.
Beginning at 9 p.m. ET, the debate will take place at Miami Dade College and will air live in Spanish on Univision, and simulcast in English on CNN. The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty will co-moderate the event with Univision reporters Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos.
As the debate is in Miami and is the last before the March 15 Florida primary, Sanders and Clinton are expected to battle on issues key to Florida's large Latino population, including immigration and relations with Cuba.
For those without access to cable channels like Univision or CNN, the debate will live stream online at Univision.com, WashingtonPost.com, CNN.com, and Fusion.net. Viewers can also access the live stream via CNN's mobile and streaming app CNNGo.
To listen on satellite radio, subscribers can listen to the simulcast on SiriusXM channel 115.