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Visiting Apple's 2020 election hub will now allow you to submit a question to the upcoming New Hampshire democratic debates.
If you've been itching to ask a question to the democratic nominees but can't make it to a debate, Apple News has got you covered. Visiting Apple's 2020 election hub now allows readers to submit questions to ABC's moderators for consideration.
"Have a question you'd like to ask the candidates at the Democratic debate in New Hampshire on Friday? Submit it to the ABC News moderators here." the header reads.
Clicking the link in the header will open your email client and allow you to send an email to ABC News Political Unit.
Apple News will co-host the 8th Democratic debate with ABC's local affiliate for New Hampshire WMUR-TV. The debate will be held on February 7 at St. Anslem College in Manchester, New Hampshire. Apple will be live-streaming the debate in both the News app and on Apple TV.
The candidates tho have qualified for the debate include Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer.
Apple had recently announced updates to its coverage of the 2020 US Presidential election alongside a guide to help readers guard against misinformation and seek out reliable news.