This week, presidential candidates from both sides of the political aisle will gather in Miami ahead of the Florida primary on March 15.
Here’s your guide for how to watch the debates.
The Univision Democratic debate (Wednesday, March 9)
The day after Tuesday’s primaries, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will meet for a Univision Democratic debate simulcast on CNN. The two are likely to debate immigration and campaign strategy, trying to sway voters in the swing state, according to The Washington Post, which is co-sponsoring the event.
When and where is the debate? The Democratic debate will be held at Miami Dade College at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday.
How can I watch? It will air live in Spanish on Univision and simulcast in English on CNN. The debate will also be live streamed on Univision.com, WashingtonPost.com, CNN.com and FUSION.net.
Who will moderate the debate? The moderators will be Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post and Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision.
The CNN Republican debate (Thursday, March 10)
On Thursday, Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich will debate. The four will participate in a Republican debate hosted by CNN, Salem Media Group, The Washington Times and the Republican National Committee.
When and where is the debate? The Republican debate will be held at the University of Miami at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday.
How can I watch it? It will be broadcast live on CNN, as well as live-streamed online at CNN.com and across mobile devices for all users without logging in. CNN International and CNN en Espanol will also simulcast the debate. Salem Radio Network will be the exclusive radio provider for the debate.
Who will moderate the debate? CNN’s Jake Tapper will moderate and CNN’s Dana Bash, Salem talk radio host Hugh Hewitt and The Washington Times’ Stephen Dinan will join as questioners.