The first presidential debate between Republican party nominee John McCain and Democratic party nominee Barack Obama was won by Barack Obama according to polls conducted by various news networks. The second presidential debate will take place on October 7 2008 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The debate is scheduled to start at 9 PM ET.
The second presidential debate will be of a town hall meeting format. The questions for the debate will come from the audience. To submit a question that you will like to be asked to the candidates, go here. The moderator will call on members of the audience to ask the question. Two minutes will be the time limit for each candidate to respond to the questions from audience. After both the candidates give out their initial answers, they will receive another one minute each to react to the other candidate’s answer. The second debate will be moderated by Tom Brokaw. For more on the second presidential debate, go to the Belmont University’s debate website at www.belmontdebate08.com. All Presidential and Vice Presidential debates are conducted by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
You can watch the second presidential debate live streaming video on the internet. I will embed live streaming video on this page and also provide links for other presidential debate live streaming resources on the internet. So come back on October 7 2008 and watch the second Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and John McCain live right here on Trendite.net.
The Second Presidential Debate has concluded. To view full transcript and video of the second presidential debate, go here.
Other places to watch live streaming video of the Vice Presidential debate:
- MyDebates from MySpace – click on live debates
- CNN Live Feed from cnn.com
- Fox News Live feed from www.foxnews.com
- CBSNews live debate webcast from CBSNews.com
- ABC News live on Yahoo
- New York Times will also show the debate live on their homepage of www.nytimes.com