Did the presidential debate the other night leave you yearning for Bernie? You're in luck.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is scheduled to team up with once-rival Hillary Clinton Wednesday at the University of New Hampshire for a rally. Sanders and the Democratic presidential nominee are set to take the stage at the Field House on campus in Durham at 2:15 p.m. EDT. The event will run until 4:15 p.m. EDT, according to Clinton's website.

See a live stream of the event here on C-SPAN or below:

Clinton and Sanders haven't teamed up for a campaign rally since July, WMUR reported. The duo's Wednesday event centers around the New College Compact, Clinton's higher education plan that would help graduates refinance their loans and let students attend college debt-free.

Clinton is likely bringing in Sanders in an effort to increase her standing among millennials, or 18- to 34-year-old voters, who backed the Vermont senator in droves during the party's primary and represent about a third of the electorate. Even though young people still like her more than Republican Donald Trump — last week, they backed her 50 percent to his 34 percent — she loses support when third-party candidates are factored in, NBC News reported. Only a third of 18- to 29-year-olds see her as a favorable candidate.

Sanders told CNN he planned to emphasize the differences between Clinton and Trump in his upcoming campaign events. "To the degree that we get those points out, I think she will do a whole lot better among younger people," he added.

New Hampshire is worth four electoral votes in the upcoming election. Sanders might have a particularly strong influence there, as he won the state this past February by more than 20 points over the former first lady.

"There is a unique relationship between many, many New Hampshire voters and Sen. Sanders," state party chairman Raymond Buckley told USA Today. "It’s a very deep and personal relationship."