The political debates for the presidential elections are scheduled to start soon, so here are some tips on how to watch the democratic debate online.
- The debates can be watched live on Fox Business Network
- There is also a Fox app that will live stream the event
- There will be two debates: one at 6 p.m. ET and one at 9 p.m. ET
The presidential campaign has always been a focus point for Americans every five years. We are always interested in what the candidates do and say and most importantly on what they promise to do.
Some of us are happy to choose a new president, others wish Obama had the right to another five years of being the head of the state, but all in all, we all have to vote for someone new in the hopes that they will do the right thing.
Besides the speeches candidates give on different occasions, the most exciting events of the presidential campaigns are the debates. The reason is that separately, all candidates may seem good enough, but put face-to-face and being able to compare them is a lot better.
Thursday night is when this year’s debates are starting. They will be hosted by Fox Business Network and they will be taking place in Charleston, South Carolina. There will be two debates. The secondary one is scheduled for 6 p.m. ET and the main debate for 9 p.m. ET.
The secondary debate will include Mike Huckabee, the Former Governor of Arkansas; Carly Fiona, former HP CEO and Rick Santorum, former Senator of Pennsylvania. The main debate will include Donald Trump; Ted Cruz, Senator of Texas; Marco Rubio, Senator of Florida, Ben Carson; Chris Christie, Governor of New Jersey; Jeb Bush and John Kasich.
Both secondary and main debates will be broadcasted live on the above mentioned channel, Fox Business Network. However, if you’re not a TV watcher and prefer watching the debate online here is how you can do it. Fox Business has a website on which they will live stream both debates.
According to the network, the live stream will be available for everyone, including those who are not cable subscribers. Another option is to watch the debate through the Fox News app which is available both in iOS and Android.
The network also offers a specialized app called Fox News Election HQ 2016 which is also available on both Android and iOS.
Therefore, there are many ways in which you can watch the debate, regardless of where you are at that moment. All you need is either a TV or an iOS or Android powered device.
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