DNC & CHC BOLD Announce 11th Democratic Presidential Primary Debate will be Hosted by CNN & Univision

The 11th Democratic debate will take place in Phoenix on March 15

The DNC, in partnership with CHC BOLD, announced today that the eleventh Democratic debate will take place in Phoenix, Arizona on Sunday, March 15, and will be co-hosted by CNN and Univision. Venue, format, moderators and qualification criteria will be announced at a future date.

The debate will air live on CNN and Univision. The debate will also be live streamed across CNN and Univision’s digital and social platforms. Our broadcast partners are fully committed to providing accessible communications for deaf and disabled audiences as well.

CHC BOLD is the political arm of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and is dedicated to increasing the diversity of our leadership in the House and Senate.

“I personally want to thank Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, Senator Kyrsten Sinema, Members of Congress Ruben Gallego and Greg Stanton, and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus for their assistance throughout the selection process,” said DNC Chair Tom Perez. “Arizonans can’t ask for better local and national advocates.

“Arizona is a battleground state and it’s clear Democrats can win here at every level of the ballot. After historic Democratic victories in 2018, we’re putting the Republicans on defense in the Grand Canyon State. This debate will showcase our Democratic presidential candidates, highlight Trump’s record of broken promises and make it clear that Democrats are fighting to give Arizonans a better future.”