Confirmed: Democratic Debate to be Held at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The DNC has confirmed to CBS 58 that the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee will be hosting the Democratic Debate on February 11.
The debate will be aired on PBS.
DNC said it will be held at Helen Bader Concert Hall at UWM.
Hillary Clinton visited UW-Milwaukee on September 10.
During her visit, she asked people here at UW- Milwaukee to join her campaign by knocking on doors, talking to neighbors, and to help her become the next President on the United States.
Wisconsin room on the UW-Milwaukee campus was packed during the event.
The speech mainly focused on women’s issues like fair pay, access to jobs, and reproductive rights.
The Republican candidates debated on November 10 in downtown Milwaukee at the Milwaukee Theatre.
A variety of protests took place during the debate.
CBS 58 was the first to report the debate would take place in Milwaukee back on November 15.
A few days after Republicans had their presidential debate at the Milwaukee Theatre, DNC Chairwoman Wasserman Schultz said Milwaukee would play host to another debate., "we're working out the actual venue, but Milwaukee is going to be the site of the debate."