Democratic presidential candidates Julian Castro, Cory Booker, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, and Tulsi Gabbard on stage during the second night of the Democratic presidential debates on July 31, 2019.

Where to Watch: Third Democratic Debates

In four hundred and eighteen days, election day 2020 will be here. It may seem far in the distance, especially when many students seem to operate on a hours-until-next-prelim timeline. But the field of Democratic candidates has already been winnowed down to the ten who qualify to take to the stage in Houston tomorrow. Whether you’re part of the “Yang Gang,” “All In for Warren,” “Feeling the Bern” or still want to “Make America Great Again,” anyone can attend one of these debate watch parties Thursday night.

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The Cornell Daily Sun Election Watch Oct. 18


The split within the Republican Party intensifies with release of Trump tape; Cornell Democrats and Republicans reach an unlikely consensus that the Republican nominee is an embarrassment and a danger. On the night before the final presidential debate, check out this week’s Election Watch produced by Anna Kook and edited by Justin Park.

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The Cornell Daily Sun Election Watch Oct. 2


This week’s Election Watch analyzes reactions to the first presidential debate and the ongoing 2016 race as it moves toward the finish line. A Cornell Daily Sun poll indicates majority of almost 100 surveyed students plan to vote for Clinton; however, third party candidates are still attracting students. Video produced by Anna Kook and edited by Justin Park.

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The Cornell Daily Sun Election Watch Sept 26

Hillary Clinton is leading in national polls, but Trump is closing the gap; The Daily Sun’s own polls indicate that a majority of students will be voting for Clinton. On the day of the first presidential debate, watch this week’s Election Watch produced by Anna Kook and edited by Justin Park.