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What to watch for in the Democratic presidential debates

Over the course of two nights, 20 Democrats vying to be the party’s presidential nominee will debate a host of issues. The question is: Will anyone emerge as the front-runner this early in the 2020 U.S. presidential race?

The debates are set for Wednesday and Thursday, from 9 to 11 p.m. Here are three things to watch for, according to two Northeastern professors.

The debates could provide an indication of “the future identity of the Democratic party,” says Thomas Vicinowho is a professor of political science, public policy, and urban affairs, as well as chair of the Department of Political Science.

Read the full story on News@Northeastern.

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