Live from North High School in Des Moines just one month before Iowa voters go to caucus to pick a democratic candidate for president. They are all here on one stage. Clinton, Edwards, Revell, Kucinich, Richardson, Biden and Obama. Talking tonight about immigration and civil rights, education and health care.
They better come prepared, these candidates will have to answer to some questions.
A last chance to make their case. And to make a move. HDNet presents the Iowa Brown and Black Presidential Forum. Now live from Des Moines here is Dan Rather.
LESTER HOLT, MSNBC ANCHOR: And good evening, everyone. Welcome to this two-hour presidential candidates debate organized by the Iowa Brown and Black Presidential Forum.
This is the fifth debate organized by the forum since it was founded in 1984, and we’re honored to bring it to you again in the 2004 election campaign.
Gore and Bradley meet to discuss issues of race
SOLEDAD O’BRIEN, MODERATOR: And we welcome you to North High School in Des Moines, Iowa, as we celebrate the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We also look ahead to the Iowa caucus just one week from today.
This evening we are joined by two men who are seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party for president of the United States. They are Vice President Al Gore and former New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley.
Gentlemen, we welcome you both.