Many in the large Democratic presidential field have already received the opportunity to lay out their plan for America in a CNN town hall. Now, Eric Swalwell and two other campaign, also struggling to gain a foothold in the race, will get their chance Sunday evening.

Swalwell’s hour-long town hall starts at 5 p.m. PT in Atlanta. CNN reporter Jim Sciutto is the moderator. Town halls for Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton and Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan will precede Swalwell’s appearance.

The town hall represents one of the biggest stages, policy-wise, that Swalwell has received since officially declaring his candidacy on April 8. He made the announcement on CBS’ highly-rated Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

CNN has hosted 20 other town halls during this early 2020 election cycle. The programs have averaged roughly 900,000 viewers.