The event, which will take place at Centre College, will begin at 9 pm Eastern time and is set to last for 90 minutes, reports The Examiner.
The event will be interesting to see, especially in light of the recent polls which show Mitt Romney catching up to Barack Obama. The first Presidential Debate last week has put the Obama campaign on the offensive, trying to make up ground they lost after the debate.
So far, Ryan has been defined by his retro-Puritan social stance as well as his apparent inability to tell the truth all the time. On the other side, Vice President Joe Biden has a history of making gaffes including when he walked up to a group of Greeks and proclaimed himself “Joe Bidenopoulos.”
The Vice Presidential Debate’s monitor will be ABC News’ Chief Foreign Correspondent Marth Radditz, who many hope will perform better than Jim Lehrer, who moderated the first Presidential Debate.
For those who don’t have TV to watch the debate, YouTube and AOL will provide live streaming with The New Yorker featuring a VP Debate Live Chat and The Guardian‘s Adam Gabbat covering the debate in GIF format on Tumblr.
For those with TV, you can watch the vice presidential debate on CNN, ABC, NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, FOX, CBS, PBS, and CSPAN.
Check out the pre-debate video below:
Check out the live streams below to see the Vice Presidential Debate online: