The Democratic candidates will face off for their second debate on Saturday, November 14. Only three candidates will grace Drake University's stage in Des Moines, Iowa -- former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley. The debate will focus on economic issues. Lead moderator John Dickerson told The Des Moines Register that he plans to focus specifically on wages and income inequality.
Ahead of Saturday's big event, get to know the candidates a bit better. Can you match up the Democratic candidates with their own words? Test yourself with this quiz.
“But the gut feeling, the decision that I’m going to have to reach is whether there is that willingness to stand up and fight back,” the candidate continued.
The candidate wooed the crowd with this remark during his closing statement at the first Democratic debate.
This tweet was accompanied by a one-letter signature, indicating that the message was from Clinton herself.
The candidate explained the importance of standing together for justice regardless of gender, race, and sexual orientation.
The candidate said this at the second annual African-American Leadership Summit hosted by Congressional Democrats in June 2004.
This was the candidate’s response to a question that asked about how he would pay for his proposal to lower interest rates on college debt.