Apple News is accepting questions ahead of Democratic debate on February 7

On Friday, February 7, there is a Democratic debate taking place in New Hampshire. This will be the first time that Apple, via Apple News, is co-hosting this sort of thing.

We previously reported on that announcement back in December of last year. The company, via the Apple News brand, is co-hosting alongside ABC and the local ABC affiliate in the area, WMUR-TV. For those paying attention to the upcoming Democratic debate, Apple News will see deep integration, and that includes giving readers/potential voters the chance to submit questions for the Democratic presidential candidates.

If you want to submit a question, just click this link. You can submit your questions via the Apple News app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The questions are submitted via email, according to¬†9to5Mac, heading to ABC News’ Political Unit.

The Democrats that will be on stage for this Friday’s debate are: Senator Elizabeth Warren, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Amy Klobuchar, former Vice President Joe Biden, Former mayor Pete Buttigieg, investor Tom Steyer, and entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

If you want to watch the Democratic debate on February 7, you will be able to livestream the event via the Apple News app itself.

This is not the only effort from Apple News to cover the election. Earlier this week, for instance, we reported that Apple News had launched curated coverage from a variety of news outlets for the 2020 election.

Do you plan on submitting a question?