Mashable will be doing our own liveblog with a panel of experts and viral content hunters, combining the brightest minds with the best memes of the night. Follow along starting at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET.
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Looking for a place to watch on your desktop, laptop, mobile phone or tablet? Mashable has you covered.
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You should check our our very own liveblog along with a stream powered by YouTube. Our live coverage has two core elements: First, we've gathered an excellent group of experts and panelists to break down the issues as they arise. Second, we'll be finding the best viral content the Internet has to offer and sharing it with you, our readers, in real-time.
- William A. Galston, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution
- Mitchell L. Moss, Professor of Urban Policy and Planning and Director of the Rudin Center for Transportation at New York University
- Stephen Schlesinger, Fellow at the Century Foundation
- Matt Norquist, Executive Vice President at Edelman Berland
- Margarita Noriega, Digital Trends Strategist
Look for Mashable's own live coverage to begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. ET.
We've also collected eight other excellent ways to watch the debate online, so open up some tabs in your favorite browser, sit back and enjoy!
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