The Democratic presidential candidates will likely debate in North Carolina just before that state's primary.
Hillary Clinton just accepted an invitation for the forum on April 27, which will be the first of the Democratic campaign on CBS and the 22nd overall. North Carolina votes on May 6.
Barack Obama, who had previously accepted an invitation from CBS to debate in North Carolina on April 19, has not yet accepted the new date.
The two are already scheduled to debate April 16 in Philadelphia, the week before the Pennsylvania primary.
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