CBS live Webcast: Presidential debate, round two

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

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Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama will go at it once again Tuesday night during the second official presidential debate, this one in the form of a town hall meeting.

The 90-minute debate, moderated by NBC News' Tom Brokaw, kicks off at 9 p.m. EDT at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., and you can follow it live online at the CBS News Debate Webcast site.

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Immediately following the debate, stay with the site for a 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.

We'll offer the same exclusive Web coverage for the final presidential debate on October 15.

You can check out the post-debate Webcast from the first presidential debate here: Examining McCain-Obama debate No. 1 . Watch the Webcast from the first and only vice presidential debate here: Examining the Biden-Palin debate.

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

 

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