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How Long Is the Democratic Debate? Your guide to the October event: NPR

There's something to watch on Tuesday in the Ohio Democratic presidential debate.

The candidates will be guided by how to deal with the impeachment and attacks of President Trump against Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Elizabeth Warren steps on stage, moving steadily toward the front of the pack. Bernie Sanders returns after suffering a heart attack on the campaign trail. And nine other candidates will round off a crowded scene where voter impression time will be limited.

Here's how to go along with the scene:

When's the debate?

It starts at 8am ET. CNN / New York Times The Democratic presidential debate is aired on CNN. You can also listen to it at many local NPR stations.

We will provide a live analysis and fact check of the debate here on NPR.org this evening.

Who is in the debate?

Twelve candidates met the requirements for a debate in October, most appearing simultaneously in a debate this year. They are:

Former Vice President Joe Biden; New Jersey Senator Corey Booker; South Bend, India, Mayor Pete Butigig; former HUD Secretary Julian Castro; Hawaii Republic Tulsi Gabard; California Senator Kamala Harris; Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar; Former Texas Beto Republic Roorkee; Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders; billionaire investor and activist Tom Steyer; Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren; and entrepreneur Andrew Jan.

Read more about how they ranked and who didn't make the cut. Progressives Sanders and Warren lead Democrats in fundraising, Biden Lags “/>

Who moderates the debate?

CNN anchor Erin Burnett, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper and New York Times national editor Mark Lacey.

Where is the debate? Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, near the capital city of Columbus.

What are the candidates' policies?

Here you can compare the positions of Democratic presidential candidates on issues including health, arms, climate, trade, immigration and governance.