Are you ready to watch the second Republican Presidential Debate of 2015 tonight? Viewers are expecting to see the candidates fire back at Donald Trump in a much more intense debate than the first. They’re also hoping for some epic one-liners from the Donald. Well, if you are looking to watch the debate online tonight, we’ve got all the information on how to watch the live stream.
In fact, CNN is actually unlocking its subscription live streaming service just for the debate. A rep for CNN assures watchers that they will not have to log in when it comes to trying to watch the debate. A rep for CNN explains, “This live preview will give viewers access to the debate across all platforms to showcase the value of [CNN’s] TV Everywhere.” The “JV” debate featuring second-tier candidates starts at 6 p.m. Eastern, with the main event starting at 8 p.m.
Click here to access CNN’s free live stream of the debate.
The debate will be moderated by CNN anchor Jake Tapper, CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash and conservative radio show host Hugh Hewitt.
Here’s a look at the candidates taking part in the debates. Click on each candidate’s name for more coverage:
Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Click on each candidate’s name to read more about them.
Resume: Former governor of Florida; son of President George H.W. Bush and brother of President George W. Bush
Resume: Retired pediatric neurosurgeon and author
Resume: Governor of New Jersey; former U.S. attorney
Resume: United States Senator from Texas; former solicitor general of Texas
Resume: Former CEO of Hewlett Packard
Resume: Former governor of Arkansas and talk show host
Resume: Governor of Ohio; former United States congressman; former managing director at Lehman Brothers
Resume: United States Senator from Kentucky; retired ophthalmologist; son of former U.S. Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul
Resume: United States Senator from Florida; former Speaker of the Florida State House of Representatives
Resume: Businessman; reality TV star
Resume: Governor of Wisconsin; former Wisconsin state representative and Milwaukee County Executive
Resume: United States Senator from South Carolina; former United States congressman, South Carolina state representative; retired United States Air Force colonel
Resume: Governor of Louisiana; former United States congressman
Resume: Former governor of New York; former New York state senator and state representative
Resume: Former United States Senator and United States congressman from Pennsylvania
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