The third and final presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will take place on Monday night at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
If you do not have cable or access to a TV, do not fret, as you can still watch the debate live online through several places, reports Brevard Times.
Those who want to watch the final presidential debate live will want to tune in at 9 pm EDT (6 pm PDT) to see the candidates spar for 90 minutes over foreign policy questions.
The debate will consist of six 15 minute-long segments on topics that have been selected by moderator Bob Schieffer. Schieffer is CBS’s Chief Washington correspondent and moderator of the station’s program Face The Nation.
The debate will be broadcast live on ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, as well as several other stations. The debate can also be found streaming live on several sites, including ABC News, NBC, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Hulu, and others, notes GigaOM.
We can expect to see President Barack Obama try to continue the momentum he gained from the second presidential debate at Hofstra University last week, where he sparred with Republican challenger Mitt Romney on foreign and domestic policy. Since the second debate, both candidates have taken to the campaign trail to drive home their most important points.
President Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney are virtually tied in the polls going into the third and final presidential debate, making their quest to secure undecided voters even more crucial than before.