There will be a Democratic Presidential forum airing tonight on MSNBC hosted by Rachel Maddow. This event differs from a debate since the candidates will appear separately on stage answering questions in more of an interview format. The event is taking place in South Carolina at Winthrop University and will air live on MSNBC and on


Friday, November 6, 2015
MSNBC Democratic Forum

8pm ET (7pm CT, 5pm PT)
Live Stream:
Candidates: Clinton, Sanders, O’Malley

Report from the Huffington Post:

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow will moderate a Democratic presidential forum in South Carolina next week, the network said Thursday.

The “First in the South Democratic Candidates Forum” will be hosted by the South Carolina Democratic Party at Winthrop University on Friday, Nov. 6, an MSNBC release said.

The event will feature the three leading Democratic candidates — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley. (The South Carolina Democratic Party determined the debate’s participants, which do not include candidate Lawrence Lessig.) According to the release, Maddow will talk with the candidates about a number of issues, including the economy, policing and the state of the Democratic party in the South.

The forum is not an official presidential debate, and will feature separate conversations with each of the candidates, rather than a moderated group discussion.

While not an official debate, it has garnered some attention since the three remaining Democrtic candidates will be in attendance. It will air live at 8pm ET (5pm PT) on MSNBC. This post will be updated with the video after the forum concludes.


MSNBC is limiting access to the full forum video. They have posted this heavily edited video below which contains some of the questions with each candidate:

Working on finding the entire video. Leave a comment if you find a better copy linked from YouTube.

Update 2

Full video of the forum is available at Vimeo.

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