Three weeks out from Election Day, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton face off in the final presidential debate Wednesday night at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, the debate will be broken up into six, 15-minute segments and touch on the following topics (not necessarily in this order), according to Debates.org:
- Debt and entitlements
- Supreme Court
- Foreign hot spots
- Fitness to be President
Here are a few NPR stories to catch up on since the last presidential debate 10 days ago:
- 4 Things to Watch In the Last Presidential Debate
- From The Economy To Race, See Where The Candidates Stand On The Big Issues
- Donald Trump Faces Accusations Of Inappropriately Touching Women
- 5 Reasons (And Then Some) Not To Worry About A ‘Rigged’ Election
- NPR Battleground Map: Hillary Clinton Is Winning — And It’s Not Close
- Is Hillary Clinton Really Trying To Win Texas?
You can listen to the debate here. The stream from PBS Newshour and live fact-checking tool from NPR will go live at 8 p.m.
#TXDecides: Live Blogging The Final Presidential Debate
Want to know what Texans are thinking during the debate? How the moderator’s doing? Which candidate is winning? How the issues are relevant to the state?
Texas public radio stations will be curating a feed of what Texans are talking about in live blog, starting at 7 p.m. You can join the conversation, too — just use the hashtag #TXDecides.
Watch: Oct. 19 Presidential Debate via PBS Newshour
Fact Check: Oct. 19 Presidential Debate Transcript
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Note: This page will update automatically as the debate proceeds. We will work to correct the transcript as it comes in, but due to the live nature of the event, there may be some discrepancies.
The feed will go live at 8 p.m.