Clinton needs to have a big night after Sanders' upset in Michigan.
Good opening statement for Clinton.
Sanders continues to push climate awareness.
Sanders called his win in Michigan "one of the major political upsets in American history."
Clinton once again has to address the issue of her leaked emails.
Clinton confident she won't get indited.
Clinton: "You don't make America great by getting rid of everything that made America great."
Sanders pleased he was 18 points a head of Trump in the last national poll.
Sanders compares certain Guest Worker programs to "slavery"
Both candidates getting good reactions from the crowd, handling themselves well so far.
Clinton: "Misrepresentation can't go on," in response to Sanders' comments on her stance on immigration.
Sanders coming back to the "slavery" angle when referring to immigrants in this debate so far.
Clinton: "I would not deport children. I do not want to deport family members either."
Sanders promises not to deport immigrants who do not have a criminal record.
Clinton: "Senator Sanders supported indefinite detention for people facing deportation."
Sanders: "I will match my record against yours every day of the week."
One thing is very clear so far, both candidates are trying very hard to win the Hispanic vote.
Sanders: "Immigration reform has divided the country."
Sanders: "Donald Trump has resorted to racism, xenophobia and bigotry."
Clinton on Washington Post poll showing only 37% of Americans trust her: "It's painful to hear that."
Tonight's moderators seem to have a talent for cutting off candidates.
Sanders "We have a corrupt campaign finance system."
Clinton: "Before there was Obamacare there was something called Hillarycare."
Sanders has some fire in him tonight.
" I am dangerous for Wall Street."
Hillary scrambling when asked about 2012 Benghazi attack.
Sanders: "The Fossil fuel industry is destroying this planet."
Clinton very obviously trying to appeal to two demographics; women and minorities.
Sanders really winning the crowd speaking on education and jobs.
This debate's getting pretty heated. Sanders and Clinton both seem to be on top of their game tonight. Hard to tell who has the edge right now.
Clinton standing her ground. Not allowing Sanders to speak. Though she did speak well past her time limit for a while there.
And the subject of fracking sneaks its way into the conversation once again.
Clinton: "George W. Bush wrecked the economy."
Clinton doesn't mince words. Calls both Fidel Castro and Raul Castro dictators.
Sanders looks to be loosing steam. He doesn't look as confident as he did an hour ago. Let's see if he can rally back.
Conclusions coming up. Let's see who's going to finish stronger.
Very strong closing speech from Clinton.
Sanders sticking true to his guns. Rallying his supporters. That really got a great reaction from the crowd.
If you had to choose a winner tonight it'd be Sanders by a slight margin. Clinton rallied towards the second hour, but that closing argument from Sanders got the biggest reaction of the night.