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Watch Parties for the July Presidential Primary Candidates' Debate - Wednesday

An empty stage is shown before a January 2016 Democratic presidential primary debate in South Carolina. That night there was plenty of room on the stage for the major candidates, but what will it look like in 2020? Andrew Burton/Getty Images

An empty stage is shown before a January 2016 Democratic presidential primary debate in South Carolina. That night there was plenty of room on the stage for the major candidates, but what will it look like in 2020? Andrew Burton/Getty Images

The first debates in June gave each individual candidate the opportunity to speak and we saw clear differences in their policies. Which one or ones are the strongest? Which is your favorite? See them in action again in day two of the second debate process. Join a lively discussion with your neighbors - maybe you’ll change their mind - or maybe they’ll change yours.

On July 31, the candidates who will debate are:

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