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Top-Polling Democratic Candidates Will Be Center-Stage For First Debates

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Top-Polling Democratic Candidates Will Be Center-Stage For First Debates

Top-Polling Democratic Candidates Will Be Center-Stage For First Debates

According to Politico, the stages are now set for the first two Democratic debates taking place next week in Miami.

NBC News announced the candidates' positions on stage for both debates on June 26 and June 27.

The stage positions are reportedly determined by the candidates' polling numbers.

This means that on the first night Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Representative Beto O'Rourke will be sharing center stage.

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