Tonight, with a month left before the election, Vice Presidential candidates Tim Kaine (D) and Mike Pence (R) will square off in their first debate. Here’s how you can watch online, even if you don’t have cable.
The debate will begin at 9PM ET/6PM PT. The debate will take place in Longwood University, in Farmville, Va. CBS News’ Elaine Quijano will be moderating. The debate will be streamed from a wide variety of sources, but here are some of the easiest to watch:
You can also stream the debate over your set-top boxes or mobile devices with network apps including the following:
- Watch with CBS News on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku.
- Watch with ABC News on Android, iOS, Windows, Apple TV, and Roku.
- Watch with NBC News on Android, iOS, Windows, Apple TV, and Roku.
- Watch with Reuters on Android and iOS.
You can also listen to the debates, if you’d prefer, via NPR on its member stations, via NPR.org, on Facebook, or through the NPR One apps. If you can’t find a stream from a news outlet you like here, there are countless others. Unlike the primary debates, the presidential series of debates are pretty open which means you have a buffet of choices.