What time does the Republican primary debate start on Saturday night, what TV channel is it on, and how can you watch the debate live online?
Watch the eighth Republican primary presidential debate on Saturday, February 6, when seven GOP candidates take to the stage at St. Anselm’s College Institute of Politics, Manchester, New Hampshire.
Find the start time and candidate lineup for tonight’s debate below and information on how to watch the GOP debate on TV, live streaming online, or on your iPhone, iPad, iWatch, Windows or Android mobile device.
Start Time: 8 p.m. ET
TV: Watch the debate on your local ABC TV channel
Online: Saturday night’s GOP debate will be available on ABC’s free live stream on ABCNews.go.com. You do not need a cable subscription to watch online.
Mobile: On the go? Watch the Republican presidential candidates face off live from New Hampshire on your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Android device or Windows phone with the free ABC News app.
Candidate Lineup: Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, and Donald Trump. According to NJ.com, Carly Fiorina and Jim Gilmore, did not meet the debate criteria and will not participate tonight.
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Moderators: David Muir (World News Tonight anchor) and Martha Raddatz (ABC Chief Global Affairs Correspondent) are the main moderators, with additional questions from Josh McElveen (WMUR political director) and Mary Katharine Ham (conservative journalist)
Get live updates on Saturday night’s Republican presidential primary debate on Twitter from @abcnewslive. Use the hashtag #GOPDebate when tweeting or searching for debate-related chatter.