I recently read a letter to the editor that praised both vice presidential candidates. The writer wished that they were at the head of their tickets. Consequently, he is going to vote for the least healthy presidential candidate in the hope that the vice president will have to take over.
What a terrible thing to say. At any rate, the Vice Presidential candidates, Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence, will debate tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET. Details after the jump.
Normally, I’d live-blog the event, but I’ll be on the road and talking about vocation tonight. But you feel free to comment on the debate, right here at this post.
When is the vice presidential debate?
The vice presidential debate will take place on October 4 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
What time is the vice presidential debate and how long is it?
The debate will start at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time and is scheduled to run for 90 minutes without commercial breaks.
Who is in the vice presidential debate?
Sen. Tim Kaine, a Senator from Virginia and Hillary Clinton’s running mate, will debate Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana and running mate to Donald Trump. Pence is a first term governor of Indiana who previously served over a decade in Congress. Kaine is a former Democratic National Committee chairman who also served as governor of Virginia and mayor of Richmond.
How can I watch the vice presidential debate?
The debate will be broadcast on all major television networks and cable channels. C-SPAN will also air the debate.