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Who, when, where: A primer on the Democratic debate in Detroit

They're at it again, the army of Democrats running for president, preparing to jostle under the bright lights and offer, as best they can in soundbite-sized pieces, their vision for the nation and why they alone are best suited to take on President Trump in 2020.

Which is to say it's time for another round of debates, this time live from Detroit!

The two-hour forums on Tuesday and Wednesday begin at 5 p.m. Pacific - that's an hour earlier than in June - with many of the same contestants

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