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DETROIT (AP) — The second Democratic presidential debates will be held July 30 and 31 in Detroit.

The Democratic National Committee announced the location Tuesday. It will be broadcast live on CNN.

Candidates will be assigned randomly to one of the two stages. Each night's debate will have up to 10 candidates who meet certain fundraising and polling thresholds. Additional details such as the venue and moderators will be announced later.

A Conversation With DNC Chair Tom Perez

Feb 27, 2018
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The Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday that Indiana is one of 11 new states getting money through a competitive grant program.

DNC Chair Tom Perez says it will fund grassroots efforts across the state – a response to what he saw as the party’s failed hands-off approach in past elections. WFYI’s Drew Daudelin sat down with Perez to talk about what Democrats hope to achieve.

On Thursday, January 5, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced his candidacy to chair the Democratic National Committee.

WVPE's Jon Huber spoke with Jason Critchlow, Chairman of the St. Joseph County Democratic Party, about the announcement. The first question was, "What does this mean for South Bend?"

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