ST. PAUL - Both candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination are speaking in St. Paul on Friday night.

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will both speak during the 5th annual Minnesota DFL Humphrey-Mondale dinner at St. Paul RiverCentre. Speeches from the presidential candidates are expected to start at about 7:45 p.m.

Each candidate is expected to speak individually while sharing the stage, as opposed to debating. Sanders and Clinton exchanged blows during a debate on Thursday night, with opposing viewpoints on foreign policy and how to approach income inequality.

The race has heated up after Sanders landslide victory in New Hampshire earlier this week.

Minnesota's political caucuses are coming up on March 1st as part of "Super Tuesday".

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