The third official debate among major Democratic candidates for mayor of New York City takes place Thursday evening from 7 to 8 p.m.
Unlike the two previous debates, only four of the leading candidates are set to attend: Kathryn Garcia, Scott M. Stringer, Maya Wiley and Andrew Yang. Another front-runner, Eric Adams, also was invited, but said he would attend a vigil for a 10-year-old who was fatally shot in Queens instead.
The event is the last televised debate before the start of early voting on Saturday ahead of the June 22 primary. The dynamics of the contest still appear largely fluid, and there has been little data to capture how several major recent developments are registering with voters.
Here are some of the ways you can watch and follow the debate:
Reporters from The New York Times will provide commentary and analysis throughout the hour.
The debate will be televised on CBS 2 New York and available on the outlet’s online streaming platforms.
A Spanish-language broadcast will be available on WLNY TV 10/55.
Listeners can also tune into the debate through the radio stations WCBS Newsradio 880 and 1010 WINS.
Other streams are often available on YouTube.