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5 Things To Watch For In Tuesday's South Carolina Democratic Debate


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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (left), Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders participate in last week's Democratic presidential primary debate in Las Vegas. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg (left), Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders participate in last week's Democratic presidential primary debate in Las Vegas.Days before the South Carolina primary, seven Democratic candidates will face off in a debate in Charleston, S.C.The debate comes after Sen. Bernie Sanders handily won the Nevada caucuses, won in New Hampshire and tied in Iowa.Here's what you need to know:When is the South Carolina Democratic debate? Former Vice President Joe Biden; former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg; Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders; wealthy venture capitalist Tom Steyer; and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.What should we watch for in the debate? And Sanders enjoys high favorability ratings with Democratic voters.Bloomberg's performance won't be tested on the ballot in South Carolina, because he's not on it, but if he hopes to win over black voters and carry them on Super Tuesday, this is an important audience.

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