Dueling Presidential Town Halls: Tonight & Tomorrow!

A recent edition to the ever-changing Presidential debate and town hall schedule!

Tonight and tomorrow CNN and MSNBC are each hosting their own presidential town halls - dueling for the ratings during the same primetime slot.

In a town hall format candidates do not engage one another so - unlike debates - they do not need to be sanctioned by the Democratic and Republican parties. These just went on the books Monday.

THE DETAILS

FEBRUARY 17, 2016

CNN Republican Town Hall

When: Wednesday, February 17th
Time:
8pm ET (7pm CT, 6pm MT, 5pm PT)
Where:
Greenville, South Carolina
Sponsors: CNN
Moderators:
Anderson Cooper
Candidates:
Carson, Cruz, Rubio
AiredOn/Streaming: CNN, CNN International and CNN en Espanol. Live Streaming: CNN.com

MSNBC Republican Town Hall & Interview

When: Wednesday, February 17th
Time:
7pm ET: Chris Matthews will interview John Kasich
8pm ET:  Trump's solo town hall
Where:
South Carolina
Sponsors: MSNBC
Moderators:
Joe Scarborough & Mika Brzesinski
Candidates:
Donald Trump
AiredOn/Streaming: MSNBC

FEBRUARY 18, 2016

CNN Republican Town Hall

When: Thursday, February 18th
Time:
8pm ET (7pm CT, 6pm MT, 5pm PT)
Where:
Columbia, South Carolina
Sponsors: CNN
Moderators:
Anderson Cooper
Candidates:
Trump, Bush, Kasich
AiredOn/Streaming: CNN, CNN International and CNN en Espanol. Live Streaming: CNN.com

MSNBC Democratic Town Hall

When: Thursday, February 18th
Time:
8pm ET (7pm CT, 6pm MT, 5pm PT)
Where:
Las Vegas, Nevada
Sponsors: MSNBC
Moderators:
Chuck Todd & Jose Diaz-Balart
Candidates:
Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton
AiredOn/Streaming: MSNBC & Telemundo

DemList will continue to keep you informed as the schedule changes.  Tomorrow - the full debate schedule!

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