posted by Lisa Aliferis and Jon Brooks
After months of campaigning — and days of surrogates’ efforts to lower expectations of their guy’s performance — it’s finally time for the first presidential debate. The political duel is being held at the University of Denver.
While there are many, many relevant sites we can steer you to around this event, we’ve chosen to put WNYC’s Interactive debate bingo front and center. You can thank us later, after the 25th time one or both candidates have used the phrase “make no mistake” before looking into the camera and gravely declaring just how the other guy is going to ruin the country if we make the awful mistake of electing him.click here for our list of live blogs.
Here’s what looks to be a curated list of debate tweeters by Twitter, running the political gamut from Ann Coulter to David Axelrod, plus many in-betweens.
You can also watch ABC News/Yahoo coverage live online on YouTube…
For non-English speakers, Univision will be streaming live in Spanish. And for non-English speakers or those hard-of-hearing, PBS NewsHour and crowd-sourced subtitling site Amara are translating in multiple languages. Those videos will be available here after the event.
We’ve also aggregated some live blogs. Pick your political persuasion…