Watch Parties Being Organized for Second Round of Democratic Presidential Debates

The NDP and county Democratic parties across Nebraska are planning TV watch parties for the second round of Democratic Presidential Debates on July 30th and 31st in Detroit.

The 2020 Democratic primary debates are the best, first organizing opportunity that we have this cycle. Hosting Debate Watch Party is a great way to build community.

You can submit a question to CNN for the debate.

Lastly, we have two tickets we are giving away to the debate as a random drawing of our monthly donors. You have until Sunday to become a monthly donor.

We will add details on new events as they become available, so check back!

Grand Island, NE
Tuesday, July 30
Hall County Democratic Party
6:45 p.m to 9 p.m.
Wine & Cheese Potluck
Community Room-Francis Villa (parking in the back on Charles St.)
1405 W. Koenig St

Grand Island, NE
Wednesday, July 31
Hall County Democratic Party
6:45 p.m to 9 p.m.
Wine & Cheese Potluck
Community Room-Francis Villa (parking in the back on Charles St.)
1405 W. Koenig St

Lincoln, NE
Lancaster County Democratic Party
Tuesday, July 30
6:45 pm – 9 pm
Brewsky’s 201 N. 8th St.

Lincoln, NE
Lancaster County Democratic Party
Wednesday, July 31
6:45 pm – 9 pm
Brewsky’s 201 N. 8th St.

Omaha, NE
Roger Garcia for Douglas County Commissioner/Erik Servellon for OPS Board
Wednesday, July 31
6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Verdict Bar and Grill, 1901 Harney St.

If you are hosting a party, let us know so we can include it in our listing.  Send information to kevin@nebraskademocrats.org

In addition, the DNC has made it easy to host your own watch party.

If you host your event through Mobilize America, it will also show up on the DNC’s national dashboard of events when people search for activities in their area code!

To start the process, click here and you’ll be taken to a form where you can submit a Debate Watch Party.

Once you create an event, be sure to share it far and wide with your social networks so everyone can be sure to attend.

And remember to follow @janekleeb and @nebraskadems on Twitter on the debate nights for live reactions.

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