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You're Invited to our PBS NewsHour #DemDebate Watch Party


PBS NewsHour will produce the first Democratic presidential candidates debate (following the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary) on Thursday, February 11. Watch it along with West Virginia Public Broadcasting at our #DemDebate Watch Party!

Join the West Virginia Public Broadcasting news team on Thursday, February 11 at the Red Carpet Lounge (308 Elizabeth Street in Charleston) as we watch PBS NewsHour co-anchors and managing editors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff moderate the PBS NewsHour Democratic Primary Debate.

Although the #DemDebate begins at 9:00pm, drop by the Red Carpet Lounge at 8:30pm for a pre-debate conversation hosted by The Legislature Today's Ashton Marra that includes State Democrat Belinda Biafore, State Republican Conrad Lucas, Senator Chris Walters and Delegate Sean Hornbuckle.

Snacks, #DemDebate bingo cards and PBS swag will be provided throughout the debate.

The event is free and open to the public. More information at Facebook.com/wvpublic.


Can’t make it to the Watch Party? Watch the debate starting at 9:00 p.m. on WVPB television or online and tweet along with our Watch Party by tagging @wvpublic and @NewsHour.

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