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Monday, February 11, 2008

Another Democratic Debate

Super Tuesday photo courtesy of E.M. Pio-Roda for CNN (R) 2008

Hello everyone! How awesome was the last CNN Democratic Debate between Senators Clinton and Obama? Don't you wish you could watch another one just like it? Well, your wishes came true today! Here are the details:

CNN, Univision Communications Inc. and the Texas Democratic Party in conjunction with the Lyndon B. Johnson Foundation will host a Democratic presidential primary debate on Thursday, Feb. 21. Both Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama have accepted invitations to the debate. The program will air live from the LBJ Auditorium at the University of Texas in Austin on CNN and on CNN International from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (ET)/7p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (CT) and will air in Spanish on the Univision Network beginning at 11:30 p.m. (ET)/10:30 p.m. (CT). It will also stream live on and will later be available on demand on both on and It will also re-air on CNN and CNN en Espanol.

The debate will include questions from both CNN and Univision journalists and will be moderated by a CNN anchor.

This debate is part of both CNN's and Univision's extensive and innovative coverage of the 2008 presidential campaign. This follows two historic, first-ever televised presidential forums focused on the issues central to Hispanic voters and broadcast in Spanish on Univision, reaching millions of viewers across the country. It is the ninth presidential primary debate sponsored by CNN this cycle. CNN's debates in 2007 and 2008 have been among the most-watched in cable news history.

Texas, as the second most populous state in the nation, is ideally suited as the location for a CNN/Univision partnering. According to the Pew Hispanic Center, nearly 25 percent of Texas' eligible voters, who will go to the polls on Tuesday, March 4, are Hispanic.

I don't mind saying that I am enjoying the CNN Democratic debates. Not only do we get to see where these two candidates differ on the issues but we get to see who really knows their stuff. For me, it's not only important to ignite a crowd and get people involved in the democratic process but at this point, the nominee should to have the facts and details to back up their promises. This is such an exciting time in our nation's political history. I'm just so glad to be a part of it. One thing's for sure, no matter who wins the Democratic nomination, history will be made!


All Things CNN would like send birthday wishes to reporter, Zain Verjee!

Well, that's it for me this week. See you back here next Tuesday! ~Sheryn

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Sapphire said...

Happy Birthday Zain!!!!!!! You're awesome.

Can't wait for next Thursday's debate..should be quiet interesting

Millie said...

It is pretty cool that they are coming to Austin. I live in Houston, a few hours away. I'm almost tempted to drive out there next week and become a part of the audience.