Following a nail-biter of an Iowa caucus, Democratic hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, (I-VT.), will participate in a town hall meeting Wednesday in Derry, N.H., just days before the New Hampshire primary.
CNN is sponsoring the town hall event, and anchor Anderson Cooper will be the moderator. The format for the two-hour event will be the same as CNN’s other town hall – the candidates, only Clinton and Sanders since former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley dropped out of the race, will not appear on stage at the same time. Instead they will take questions from Cooper and pre-selected members of the audience.
The two should have plenty to discuss following the close race in Iowa. Clinton was declared the winner, but it took a toss of the coin – actually six tosses – to pull off the victory. Sanders’ campaign says they believe errors were made in counting votes and Sanders said Tuesday, "Well, we want to look at it."
In a state where only months before Clinton had a nearly 50-point poll lead over Sanders, she won just four more state delegate equivalents than Sanders out of the nearly 1,400 up for grabs.
Here are the specifics for Wednesday’s town hall
What time: Coverage begins at 8 p.m. (ET); the town hall is from 9 p.m. until 11 p.m.
What channel: CNN is sponsoring the event. You can find CNN on: DirecTV - channel 202; Dish Network - channel 200; ATT U-verse - channel 202. Check your local listings The town hall will be live-streamed online and on mobile devices via CNNgo. CNN International and CNN en Espanol will also simulcast the Town Hall.
Who will be there; who won’t: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will be participating. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley was invited and said he would attend, but after his showing in the Iowa caucuses, he suspended his campaign. He will not attend the town hall.
Moderator: Anderson Cooper
What’s next: What is next is another Democratic debate. It’s set to take place Thursday at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, N.H. It is sponsored by MSNBC and begins at 9 p.m. (ET). The moderators are NBC’s Chuck Todd and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow