A Democratic presidential debate will be coming to Wisconsin Feb. 11, according to the Democratic National Committee.
The debate, which does not yet have a specific time or location, is one of six recently announced.
PBS’s Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff will moderate the debate.
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“Wisconsin’s families and workers stand to benefit tremendously by Democratic policies to help the middle class,” TJ Helmstetter, DNC spokesperson said in a statement.” Our Democratic candidates are excited to present their visions to move America forward in such an important state with such a rich progressive tradition.”
In the statement, Helmstetter also said Wisconsin would be “doubly harmed” by a Republican president.
The Badger State has seen much political activity this election season with Gov. Scott Walker’s brief bid for the 2016 ballot.
Wisconsin is also set to host a Republican presidential debate in November.