The first Democratic debates of the 2020 race

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Ten presidential candidates take the stage for a Democratic debate in Miami on Thursday, June 27. The candidates, from left, are author Marianne Williamson; former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper; businessman Andrew Yang; South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg; former Vice President Joe Biden; US Sen. Bernie Sanders; US Sen. Kamala Harris; US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand; US Sen. Michael Bennet; and US Rep. Eric Swalwell.

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Updated 12:29 AM ET, Fri June 28, 2019

Ten presidential candidates take the stage for a Democratic debate in Miami on Thursday, June 27. The candidates, from left, are author Marianne Williamson; former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper; businessman Andrew Yang; South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg; former Vice President Joe Biden; US Sen. Bernie Sanders; US Sen. Kamala Harris; US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand; US Sen. Michael Bennet; and US Rep. Eric Swalwell.

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After being on the campaign trail for weeks, Democratic presidential hopefuls finally got their chance to debate one another on a national stage.

The field was so large, however, that it had to be split up over two nights.

Ten candidates debated one another on Thursday, a night after 10 others took the same stage in Miami.

And yet some candidates were still left on the sideline. Three candidates didn’t have the polling numbers to qualify for host NBC, and a fourth entered the race too late to qualify.



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