Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will face off in four more debates under an agreement reached by the campaigns and the national party on Wednesday.
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The additional debates will be in Flint, Michigan on March 6, and two other cities in April and May, with details to be determined later. Clinton has sought a debate in Flint to bring attention to the city’s water contamination crisis and Sanders said he wanted it to be scheduled before the Michigan primary on March 8.
Clinton and Sanders are meeting Thursday in a debate at the University of New Hampshire just days before Tuesday’s first-in-the-nation primary.
Two other Democratic debates are already on the calendar: Feb. 11 in Milwaukee and March 9 in Miami.