Tonight, Monday, October 22, 2012, is the third and last presidential debate between President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. Bob Schieffer, host of CBS News’ Face the Nation will be the moderator. Schieffer is @bobschieffer on Twitter.
The format for tonight’s debate will be the same as the first presidential debate, and will focus on foreign policy, but expect the candidates to grab everything they can and throw it into the mix.
Tonight, Monday, October 22, at 9:00 PM ET.
Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
HOW DO I WATCH?
You can watch tonight’s debate on most or all of the broadcast channels. ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, CNBC, FOX, PBS, C-SPAN, and Univision will all be carrying the debate live. Telemundo will broadcast the debate at 11:30 PM ET.
Check local listings here for channel details.
You can watch the debate live via YouTube.com/politics.
UStream will also be carrying a variety of formats, including PBS and CBS coverage.
C-SPAN online will also stream the debate and is creating new “debate hub.”
NPR is offering a special debate chat and audio.
The Huffington Post has a whole hub, live now.
Even Mashable is getting in on the act.
And, or course, on the Obama campaign website.
Of course, you can follow me live-tweeting the debate: @davidbadash, and some of The New Civil Rights Movement writers will also be tweeting our thoughts, hashtag #tNCRM
A new ABC poll finds “49 percent of likely voters back Obama, 48 percent Romney.”
Final note: expect Romney to bring up Libya, a lot.
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