Watch the 2012 second presidential debate

Where to watch 2012 second presidential debate live online with President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney The debate officially starts at 9 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. PT. It will last 90 minutes, and it will be moderated by CNN’s chief political correspondent Candy Crowley. ABC News will be streaming the debate live on its YouTube channel  as well as the YouTube … Continue reading Watch the 2012 second presidential debate

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Where to watch the first 2012 presidential debate live online

Are you away from your TV when Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are going to face off during their first presidential debate this Wednesday? No worries, plenty of sites are providing live streams, combined with realt-ime fact checking and mobile cheering and booing.

This Wednesday, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are going to face off in the first of three televised presidential debates. The two candidates will meet at the University of Denver to answer questions around foreign domestic policy, and the whole spectacle will be moderated by Jim Lehrer.

The debate will be aired by a multitude of TV channels, including ABC, CNN and PBS, starting at 6 p.m. PT (9p.m. ET). Of course, there are also going to be a number of live streams as well as second-screen experiences. Check out our definitive guide to watching the debate online below:

We will update this post with new links right up to the start of the debate.

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This Wednesday, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney are going to face off in the first of three televised presidential debates. The two candidates will meet at the University of Denver to answer questions around foreign domestic policy, and the whole spectacle will be moderated by Jim Lehrer.

The debate will be aired by a multitude of TV channels, including ABC, CNN and PBS, starting at 6 p.m. PT (9p.m. ET). Of course, there are also going to be a number of live streams as well as second-screen experiences. Check out our definitive guide to watching the debate online below:

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