CBS live Webcast: Palin-Biden debate

Continuing our combined coverage of Election 2008, CBS News and CNET are presenting a live Webcast of Thursday night's vice-presidential debate, followed by Web-only analysis and commentary.

2008 Debates Webcast

The sole vice presidential debate of the 2008 election season takes place Thursday night, pitting Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin against Sen. Joe Biden.

The debate kicks off at 9:00 p.m. EDT, and you can follow it live online at the CBS News Debate Webcast site. Immediately after the debate, stay with the site for Web-only analysis and commentary with Katie Couric, the CBS News political team, and guests.

You can also submit your own questions, now or during the event, at the Debate Webcast site.

The 90-minute debate will take place at Washington University in St. Louis and is set to be moderated by Gwen Ifill of PBS.

You can check out the post-debate Webcast from the first presidential debate, between John McCain and Barack Obama, here: CBS Webcast: Examining McCain-Obama debate No. 1 .

We'll do the same for the final two presidential debates, on October 7 and on October 15.

See also: Complete coverage of campaign '08 from CBS News.

About the author

Jonathan Skillings is managing editor of CNET News, based in the Boston bureau. He's been with CNET since 2000, after a decade in tech journalism at the IDG News Service, PC Week, and an AS/400 magazine. He's also been a soldier and a schoolteacher, and will always be a die-hard fan of jazz, the brassier the better.

 

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