Thursday's Democratic Debate Was the Ninth Without Any Questions on Women's Rights

She brought up the topic after pivoting from a different question.

"We've had eight debates before, this is our ninth. We've not had one question about a woman's right to make her own decisions about reproductive health care. Not one question," Clinton said, to loud round of applause.

Clinton went on to criticize "governors doing everything they can to restrict women's rights" as well as one of her potential competitors and her current rival.

Sanders went on to defend his record on women's rights, calling himself "a senator and former congressman who proudly has a 100 percent pro-choice voting record."