Vice Presidential Debate Streaming Live on YouTube [Reminder]

    October 11, 2012
    Josh Wolford

If you want to see the current Vice President of the United States and the man that could assume that role battle it out face-to-face, tonight’s your only chance.

At 9 pm ET, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan will meet for the only Vice Presidential debate of the campaign season. The debate will take place at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky and will cover topics both domestic and foreign policy oriented. The debate is scheduled to run for an hour and a half.

If you don’t have access to a television but do have internet access, you’re in luck. That’s because YouTube is continuing their live coverage of the big political events of the year with a live stream of tonight’s debate, starting at 9 pm.

YouTube says that last week’s first Presidential debate was one of their biggest live-streamed events ever. YouTube streamed it through their new Elections Hub launched back in August. YouTube will also be streaming the final two Presidential debates later this month.

Here are some top moments from past Vice Presidential debates:

YouTube is not the only place to watch the debate live. Xbox LIVE members can also stream tonight’s contest on their consoles, and they can also interact by answering poll questions throughout the duration.

Head on over to YouTube’s Politics and Elections Hub for more election-themed videos as you wait for the debate.