(CNN/CBS4) – Democratic presidential contender Sen. Michael Bennet will face the public live on CNN in a town hall, the television network announced on Monday. It will take place at the CNN Center in Atlanta on May 30.

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CNN’s Dana Bash will moderate the hour-long town hall, which is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. MT.

CNN’s town hall events have become regular stops for presidential aspirants in the 2020 cycle as the historically wide Democratic field has grown wider almost weekly and candidates continue to seek a way to break out of the pack and into the debates this summer.

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Bennet, Colorado’s senior senator, announced earlier this month he would seek his party’s presidential nomination after delaying the announcement in April due to a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Bennet said he had surgery after the diagnosis and received a clean bill of health.

Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, also a presidential candidate, took part in a town hall in March.

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