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How to Watch the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate: Live Stream [Video]

Tim Kaine and Mike Pence take the stage at 9 PM EST.

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Tim Kaine and Mike Pence are taking the debate stage at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia tonight. Though not as anticipated as last week’s bout between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the event represents the first (and only) real opportunity to see the two major-party nominees for vice president side by side as they argue the merits of their respective positions. Here’s how to watch the debate, which begins at 9 PM EST.

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All major news stations will be broadcasting live, several of them on YouTube. That includes PBS, whose livestream you can find below, as well as NBC, Fox, the Washington Post and Telemundo, among others. Many networks will include these streams on their Facebook pages.

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Twitter is once again hosting its own stream of the event at in conjunction with Bloomberg Politics. Their joint coverage begins 30 minutes before Kaine and Pence take the stage and will include comments carrying the #debates hashtag.

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