Everything You Need To Know; 2020 Presidential Debates Schedule

Screenshot 20200908 114441 Gallery The 2020 Presidential debates are fast approaching. Make sure you mark your calendar for for Sept 29th, October 7th, 15th and 22nd.
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The 2020 Presidential debates are fast approaching. Make sure you mark your calendar for for Sept 29th, October 7th, 15th and 22nd.

Full schedule below 👇

First Presidential Debate (Sept. 29)

When: Sept. 29, 9pm-10:30pm ET

Where: Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio

Moderator: Fox News anchor Chris Wallace

Format: Trump and Biden face off. The debate will be divided into six segments of approximately 15 minutes. Wallace will open each segment with a question, to which each candidate has two minutes to respond. Wallace will then moderate a deeper discussion of each topic during the remaining time of each segment.

kamala harris and mike pence

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Vice Presidential Debate (Oct. 7)

When: Oct. 7, 9pm-10:30pm ET

Where: University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah

Moderator: Susan Page, Washington bureau chief of USA Today

Format: Harris and Pence face off. Nine segments around 10 minutes each. Page will open each segment with a question, to which each candidate has two minutes to respond. Page will then moderate a further discussion of each topic during the remaining time of each segment.

donald trump

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Second President Debate (Oct. 15)

When: Oct. 15, 9pm-10:30pm ET

Where: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida

Moderator: Steve Scully, senior executive producer and political editor of C-SPAN Networks

Format: Town hall meeting in which Trump and Biden address questions posed by South Florida residents, all undecided voters. The candidates will have two minutes to respond to each question, with additional discussion on each topic facilitated by Scully.

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Third Presidential Debate (Oct. 22)

When: Oct. 22, 9pm-10:30pm ET

Where: Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee

Moderator: Kristen Welker, co-anchor of “Weekend Today” and White House correspondent at NBC News

Format: Same as first presidential debate.

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