In anticipation of the Pennsylvania primary on April 22, democratic presidential candidates Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will participate in a televised ABC News debate.
The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia will host the democratic presidential candidates debate on Wednesday, April 16, 2008. No public tickets will be available for this event.
The 90-minute debate will be broadcast live, nationally, on ABC News at 8:00 p.m. on the East Coast and tape-delayed at 8 p.m. for the West Coast.
The Philadelphia debate marks the 21st debate for the two democratic presidential contenders.
"Senator Obama welcomes the opportunity to openly debate Senator Clinton on the issues important to Americans in North Carolina and Pennsylvania and hopes that she will accept these invitations as well," said Obama campaign spokesman Bill Burton in a press statement.
"Hillary is prepared to show she has real solutions for the problems facing residents of the Keystone State," said a press statement from the Clinton campaign.
Senator Barack Obama of Illinois is leading in pledged delegates 1,414 to 1,247.
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