It may seem like the 2012 presidential campaign season has been going on for a long time, but the candidates have yet to debate.
That changes Wednesday, Oct. 3, when President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney square off in the first of three televised debates.
An estimated 50 million people are expected to tune in Wednesday, as the candidates address domestic policy issues.
Our question is: Will YOU be watching?
Do you care about Wednesday night's debate?
What are you looking for from each candidate? Is there something you need to hear from either candidate before you make up your mind on how to vote?
Who do you expect to "win" the debate?
Let us know by posting in the comments section below.
How to Watch
The debate airs from 9-10:30 p.m. Wednesday on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, plus on cable news channels C-SPAN, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. The debates also will be streamed live at 2012presidentialelectionsnews.com.
Domestic policy is the topic of Wednesday's debate, which will take place at the University of Denver. Jim Lehrer of PBS' "NewsHour" will moderate.
It will be followed by two more debates on Oct. 16 and 22, plus a vice presidential debate Oct. 11.
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