Twitter and CBS News announced they are teaming up for the second Democratic debate on Nov. 14.
Twitter will give CBS News "real-time data and insights" during the debate, while also adding "living reactions and questions from voters around the country on the debate state," a statement released on Monday said.
"CBS News is so pleased to partner with Twitter on our Democratic Debate," CBS News President David Rhodes said in the statement. "Our people have worked with Twitter's unique curator tools to measure changing responses to what viewers will see on the screen."
The debate will be broadcast from Drake University in Des Moines, in conjunction with CBS affiliate KCCI-TV and the Des Moines Register. John Dickerson, the new "Face the Nation" moderator, will be the moderator for the two-hour debate.