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(CNN) — Democratic voters are getting their first chance to take the measure of 10 of the contenders vying to unseat President Donald Trump as they face off on Wednesday night in the first of two debates in Miami.

Against the backdrop of a humanitarian crisis at the border, fears of an escalating conflict with Iran and the climate crisis, all eyes are on Elizabeth Warren — the Massachusetts senator who has been steadily rising in the polls on the strength of her detailed policy agenda as she looks like increasingly formidable challenger to both former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, who have led in the polls for months and will debate on Thursday.

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In this crowded field of candidates, and with so many Democratic voters keenly focused on finding the strongest contender up against Trump — and hoping the debates will give them that answer — Warren is aiming to use her performance to sustain her momentum while all the other candidates are under pressure to create memorable moments that will define them in voters’ minds and catapult them into the top tier.

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