YouTube, in partnership with ABC, will livestream the debates worldwide for free. ABC News, Al Jazeera English, BuzzFeed, Larry King, The New York Times, Phil DeFranco, The Wall Street Journal and Univision will also provide analysis, while the latter is doing a live Spanish translation. To watch, visit YouTube.com/politics.
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On Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney take the stage to face off against one another in the first of three presidential debates. Joe Biden and Paul Ryan also get one debate, scheduled for Oct. 11. Here's the full schedule of debates:
Wednesday, Oct. 3 -- Presidential debate on domestic policy Thursday, Oct. 11 -- Vice-presidential debate on foreign and domestic policy Tuesday, Oct. 16 -- Presidential town meeting on foreign and domestic policy Monday, Oct. 22 -- Presidential debate on foreign policy
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Looking for a place to watch online via your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device? Mashable has you covered. The eight options above include livestreams, live blogs and other ways to watch and engage with each debate.
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