ABC News’ “Good Morning America” will hold two separate live town hall discussions with Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz, leading up to Tuesday’s crucial New York Primary. Both town halls will air during “Good Morning America.” The town hall with former Secretary of State Clinton will air live on Friday, April 15 followed by a town hall with Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday, April 18. Sen. Cruz will be joined by his wife Heidi for a portion of the discussion.
Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos and “Good Morning America” Anchor Robin Roberts will moderate the discussions and the candidates will address questions from voters in the audience, via remote across the country and on social media. The town hall will be broadcast from GMA’s studio in Times Square. Portions of the discussion will be livestreamed across ABC News’ digital properties including ABCNews.com and ABC News’ mobile and OTT apps.
Between Stephanopoulos and Roberts they have conducted over 100 interviews with presidential candidates on multiple ABC platforms since the start of the election season.
Viewers can submit questions via Twitter and Facebook using the hashtags #HillaryOnGMA and #CruzOnGMA.