Here's What Sen. Kamala Harris Needed To Do In The 3rd Dem Debate …



Tonight ABC will broadcast the third Democratic presidential candidates debate.

The 10 leading candidates will take the stage at 8 p.m. eastern in Houston at Texas Southern Univiversity. This will be the first time front runners Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren will be on the stage together so that will be interesting to watch.

It also leads us to wonder if tonight will be Sen. Kamala Harris’ big night.

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