Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton battled last week. Now it’s Mike Pence and Tim Kaine’s turn on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most watched debate ever. Can the only matchup between vice-presidential hopefuls Tim Kaine and Mike Pence come close? The candidates debate at 6 p.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
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What: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine face off in the first vice-presidential debate.
When: The 90-minute debate is scheduled to start Tuesday at 6 p.m. Pacific time.
Moderator: Elaine Quijano of CBS News.
Format: The debate is divided into nine, 10-minute segments. Quijano will start each segment with an opening question and then Kaine and Pence will each have two minutes to respond. Quijano will use the leftover time in each segment to dive deeper into the discussion topic.
On TV: All major network and cable-news channels are scheduled to broadcast the debate live.
Where: Longwood University in Farmville, Va.
Seattle Times news services, Commission on Presidential Debates