DETAILS for our seven-hour @CNN Climate Crisis Town Hall event on Sept. 4:
5pm – Castro
5:40pm – Yang
6:20pm – Harris
7pm – Klobuchar
8pm – Biden
8:40pm – Sanders
9:20pm – Warren
10pm – Buttigieg
10:40pm – O’Rourke
11:20pm – Bookerhttps://t.co/RkDJzddz3j
— Liz Stark (@stark_talk) August 27, 2019
Every interested party will watch their candidate, and only their candidate; every campaign (plus the RNC and all its dark-money donors) will assign intern(s) to watch all the other candidates’ interviews, looking for soundbites to take out of context. Joy.
… Ten Democratic presidential hopefuls will appear in New York at back-to-back town halls on Wednesday, September 4, taking audience questions about their climate plans as scientists sound the alarm about global warming.
Along with the candidates, the network also announced the CNN journalists and the approximate appearance times for the presidential hopefuls during the seven-hour, live event…
CNN previously announced that Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir will join in the questioning throughout the evening.
A CNN poll conducted in late April showed that 96% of Democrats favored taking aggressive action to slow the effects of climate change. And Democratic activists in recent weeks have sought to elevate the issue, urging candidates to make climate change a priority…
Or then again, one or more candidates will provide answers so stunning in their brilliance that all existing rankings will be overturned, and the Sunshine Movement will focus their attention on getting that candidate elected. (Now *you* tell one.)