Watch the Second Presidential Debate with The Texas Tribune
What is the first policy you want the next president to champion? Tweet with #TXWatching2016.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump return to the stage Sunday night for the second presidential debate, and The Texas Tribune staff will be watching to see how the candidates fare.
Anderson Cooper of CNN and Martha Raddatz of ABC will co-moderate the debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Here's how you can watch with us.
- Watch the debate live on TV on any major news network starting at 8 p.m. Sunday night.
- If you don't have a TV, you can find live video of the debate on NBC's YouTube or on Twitter. Look for us to share a link on our Facebook page shortly before the debate starts.
- Share your thoughts, hot takes, questions and more with the hashtag #TXWatching2016 on Twitter. Throughout the night, look to The Texas Tribune's Twitter account for polls, questions and links to related Texas stories.
Let's get the conversation started: If elected, what would you like to see a President Clinton or a President Trump accomplish first? Tweet #TXWatching2016
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