Another round of democrats take the stage in Detroit tonight for round two of presidential debates.
Round one saw Bernie Sanders come out swinging, defending his signature health plan.
But middle of the road democrats argue against getting rid of all private insurance. Opponents challenged progressive ideas like the green new deal, free college and wiping out student loan debt.
Candidates are split on free health care for immigrants and reducing penalties for illegally crossing the border. But they agree on two things: calling out racism and beating Donald Trump. Not a word about impeachment.
Tonight, ten more candidates, including a rematch of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.