CNN Returns to @UofSCLaw for Democratic Town Hall

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On the heels of its Republican presidential town hall last week, CNN will once again broadcast from the University of South Carolina School of Law on Tuesday, Feb. 23.  This time, the town hall will feature the Democratic candidates, Secretary Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders.

The event, moderated by Chris Cuomo, will also be live from the School of Law auditorium. While seating for the town hall is full, viewers can watch it live on CNN from 8-10 p.m. ET.

During the GOP town hall on Thursday, Feb. 18–held just two days before the South Carolina Republican Primary–the audience had the opportunity to hear from former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Donald Trump.

Two law students, first-year Ashton Gottschall, and third-year Jacob Godwin, had the opportunity to ask Gov. Kasich questions about military involvement in the Middle East and helping small businesses succeed, respectively. 

Additionally, a group of students also joined CNN correspondent Ryan Nobles to record an episode of his podcast “RunningMate,” where they voiced their opinions on a variety of topics surrounding South Carolina’s presidential primary contests.