The third Democratic primary debate is behind us now--all three hours of it. On Thursday night, the top ten polling Democratic candidates met in Houston, Texas. And for the first time, frontrunners Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders shared a single stage. So, did anything from the latest debate reshape the battle for the nomination? That’s the question at the center of today's show.
We also look at how the caucus process works in Nevada and what we might expect in the first primary state, New Hampshire. Finally, a conversation about the Democrats and impeachment, in light of the House Judiciary Committee vote this week to move forward with an impeachment inquiry.
Claire Malone, senior politics writer for FiveThirtyEight
Joel Payne, former aide to the Hillary Clinton Campaign
Issac Dovere, staff writer at The Atlantic
Shelby Wiltz, caucus director for the Nevada State Democratic Party
Rebecca Katz, founding partner of New Deal Strategies
Karen Hicks, founder and CEO of Civix Strategy Group
Kyle Cheney, Congress reporter for Politico