Candidate Bernie Sanders calls for canceling $1.6 trillion in student loan debt

When and where will the debate take place?

These were randomly split between the two nights, though that ended up with Warren the biggest candidate on Wednesday and Biden, Sanders, Harris and Butteigieg among the ten lined up for Thursday.

Here are five compelling questions, and an overview of the two-day event as candidates prepare to kick off debate season.

'We have for the first time in the modern history of this country a younger generation that ... will have a lower standard of living than their parents...' It will air on NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo.

Although there are officially 24 candidates (so far), only 20 will be featured during the debate. That is because the other four did not meet the requirements to take the stage. Elizabeth Warren of MA has high expectations at 55%, but is in a debate with lower expectations among her rivals. "That's 45 million people who are being held back from purchasing their first home; 45 million people who may feel that they can't start a family; 45 million people who have dreams of opening a business or going into public service, but are held back".

Why such a large field? . But do not be surprised if those participants who have nothing to lose and everything to gain come out swinging.

He said that under the current proposal, all student debt in the us would be eliminated in six months, and the legislation would also "eliminate tuition and fees at all public four-year colleges and universities, as well as make community colleges, trade schools and apprenticeship programs tuition- and fee-free for all".

But Democratic voters find none of those characteristics as important as a candidate's experience in elected office, according to a new poll from The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs at the University of Chicago.

Amy Klobuchar will also be one to watch. The first primary is eight days later.

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She releases policy proposals with dizzying frequency, including a plan unveiled Tuesday to secure USA elections and mandate automatic voter registration.

What's more, it's hard to see how her competitors on Wednesday's stage go after her. Cory Booker, a fellow 2020 candidate who will be on stage Wednesday.

Some of the candidates have already arrived in South Florida.

Former U.S. Housing Secretary Julian Castro, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, former congressman John Delaney, U.S. Representative Tulsi Gabbard, Washington state Governor Jay Inslee and U.S. Representative Tim Ryan will also be on the stage.

Buttigieg told the crowd, including hundreds of black voters, that South Bend, Indiana, "is full of people who believe in safety and justice".

Of course, do not be surprised if there is quite a bit of Trump-bashing from all the candidates.

Millennial and Gen Z voters, who now vote at higher rates than their older counterparts, are on track to make up 10 percent of the electorate in the 2020 presidential race.

If you want to keep tabs on Vermont's education news, sign up here to get a weekly email with all of VTDigger's reporting on higher education, early childhood programs and K-12 education policy. They will be hosted by CNN in Detroit, Michigan. The lineup for each night was chosen at random by executives at NBC News, which will moderate the debates.

  • Sonia Alvarado