What time is the CNN #DemDebate? And everything else you need to know

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  • Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders face off on Sunday at the next Democratic debate, moderated by CNN
  • Debate will take place in Flint, Michigan, and start at 8 p.m. ET

Washington (CNN)Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will face off on Sunday at the next Democratic debate, moderated by CNN.

The debate will take place in Flint, Michigan, a city that gained national attention after it was discovered that much of the population was suffering from lead poisoning due to its contaminated water supply.
Flint switched its water supply from Lake Huron to the Flint River in 2014 to cut costs, but the corrosive water from the river ate away at iron and lead pipes. The city switched its water supply back five months ago, but has only begun replacing its lead service lines.

    What time is the debate?

    The debate will start at 8 p.m. ET.

    Who is moderating the debate?

    The CNN Democratic debate is presented in partnership with The Flint Journal and The University of Michigan-Flint. CNN's Anderson Cooper will moderate the debate, and anchor Don Lemon will join as a questioner. The candidates will also each field questions from Michigan voters.

    What else should I know?

    In addition to broadcasting live on CNN, the debate will also be livestreamed at CNN.com and across mobile for all users.
    CNN International and CNN en Español will also simulcast the debate.