The Democratic Town Hall 2016 live stream online and televised political event takes place from Ohio State University tonight with the two remaining candidates once again going at it. This time they’ll be taking questions posed by audience members in attendance and will be vying for voters’ attention just a few days before crucial primary elections come in the states of Ohio, as well as Florida. Can Bernie Sanders gain some major momentum and really close the gap between he and frontrunner candidate Hillary Clinton? Tonight’s Town Hall Meeting live streaming and TV coverage will be presented thanks to CNN and TV One for viewers to watch.
On March 11 the The Hill website reported that the CBS News Battleground Tracker poll revealed recently that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is leading Vermont Gov. Bernie Sanders by a fair margin in both the states of Ohio and Florida. BC/Wall Street Journal/ Marist polls reveal similar data with Clinton currently leads 61 percent to 34 percent in Florida and 58 percent to 38 percent in Ohio. Hillary has currently tallied a total of 1,231 delegates while Sanders has 576. There’s a total of 2,958 unallocated delegates remaining with Tuesday’s primaries ever so important for both candidates.
They’ll be on the Ohio State campus Sunday night to take audience questions presented to them by moderators Jake Tapper from CNN and Roland Martin of TV One. It’s expected both candidates will look to condemn all of the violent incidents taking place due to protesters at Donald Trump rallies. They’ll continue to use the recent news of outbursts, arrests and other incidents of violence as a way to show that the Republican frontrunner is unfit to be the President of the United States. In addition, Bernie Sanders will try to attack Clinton’s stance on free trade policies. In particular, Hillary’s role in the conception of the Trans-Pacific Partnership may be once again targeted by Sanders.
One thing is for sure, and that is that Bernie Sanders needs to gain serious momentum ahead of Tuesday’s primaries. They make up the third-highest allocation of delegates available on a single day in terms of the Democratic presidential race. With Sanders trailing Clinton considerably in the most important states, he needs to find a way to sway voters quickly as the voting is just days away. If not, Bernie may soon be making his concession speech and possibly offering up his support for Hillary as the Democratic candidate for the 2016 Presidential Election.
Sunday’s Democratic Town Hall has a scheduled start time of 8 p.m. Eastern Time. CNN will provide live televised coverage of the event around the United States. To watch the Town Hall meeting live streaming online, viewers will need to go to the CNN Go website or mobile apps and log in using a valid cable or satellite account. Live audio coverage may be available for Sirius XM Satellite Radio listeners on channel 116 which offers the CNN Simulcast. Other political radio channels on Sirius which may offer coverage or analysis are channels 124 through 127 starting at 7 p.m. Eastern Time and running through the night.