CBS News reports:
Six Democratic presidential candidates will be making their case on Tuesday night from Des Moines, where the last debate before the Iowa caucuses — the first nominating contest of 2020 — will kick off at 9 p.m. ET on CNN. The stage is set for a clash between two of the top contenders and progressive allies, Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
CBS News’ latest Battleground Tracker poll shows Biden, Buttigieg and Sanders tied at 23% each, with Warren at 16%. And the Des Moines Register/CNN poll has Sanders in the lead with 20%, followed by Warren, Buttigieg and Biden close behind. And a Monmouth poll released Monday found Biden leading the field with 24%.
CNN, CNN en Español, CNN International and CNN Airport Network will air the three-hour debate live starting at 6 p.m. PT/9 ET. It will stream on CNN.com and the outlet’s related apps, DesMoinesRegister.com and Democrats.org. Audio can be heard on the Westwood One Radio Network and CNN’s XChannels on SiriusXM.
I’ll add a bootleg stream to this post if one pops up, otherwise your best bet (if you don’t have cable) may be watching on one of the sites listed above.