ABC News Digital live streams College Debate 16 town hall

ABC News Digital carried a live stream of the College Debate 2016 Town Hall meeting from the Dominican University of California campus on Wednesday.

The live stream was available through the ABC News Digital video player on abcnews.go.com/live and across digital platforms and the ABC News app. The Town Hall began at 5 p.m. Pacific Time (PT) on September 7.

College Debate 2016 is a first-of-its-kind national initiative created by Dominican University of California to provide college students from throughout the United States a platform to discuss and debate the issues facing our country. Dominican created this initiative after being named a Voter Education Partner for the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). Read more at Collegedebate16.org.

The Town Hall was moderated by Dr. Sybril Brown, professor of journalism at Belmont University in Nashville. At the Town Hall, College Debate 2016 delegates from across the United States will discuss their top issues and select five questions to be presented to the moderators of the U.S. Presidential Debates this fall.

For more information about College Debate 2016, visit collegedebate16.org or email collegedebate16@dominican.edu.

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September 7, 2016