The Human Events team will be reporting live online for the town hall presidential debate — which begins at 9 p.m. EST — between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney this evening.
Among the Human Events coverage:
- Live online video feed of the debate, courtesy of Youtube Politics, starting at 9 p.m. EST.
- Human Events reporters and editors will Tweet through the debate.
- Human Events Must-Follow Twitter feed (apart from our writers and editors), will include Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Jonah Goldberg, Newt Gingrich, Erick Erickson and others will be hosted at HumanEvents.com.
- Look for full analysis shortly after the debate concludes from Hope Hodge and John Hayward, David Harsanyi, Audrey Hudson as well as reactions and response from Neil W. McCabe.
- Tuesday morning, coverage continues with ‚??fact checker‚?Ě analysis from Human Events Debunker Mark LaRochelle, the media reaction roundup report from John Hayward, and the important reactions from foreign policy specialists and lawmakers courtesy of John Gizzi.
Also, don’t forget to take a look at some of our preview coverage from John Hayward, Hope Hodge, Jim Hoft, John Gizzi, Neil W. McCabe¬† — and don’t miss our “Five things Mitt Romney must do in the final presidential debate” from John Hayward:
- Five things Romney must do in the final debate
- The last presidential debate: A wish list
- Rubio blasts Obama for ‚??completely giving up‚?? on plan for next 4 years
- The ‘independent voter’ variable
- Vote fraud alert: Obama scores big among North Carolina vampires
- A Republican-led Senate still within grasp
- There is a ‚??war on coal‚??
- Romney expands lead: Up 7 points in Gallup polling
- BOOM: Poll shows Romney with a 4 point lead in Pennsylvania
Prior to the debate, stay informed on the latest news and analysis related to foreign affairs and national security issues: