Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will square off one final time in their third presidential debate Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Central.
Going into the debate, Clinton has a significant nationwide lead over Trump, and multiple allegations of sexual assault have emerged against the real estate mogul. Trump has denied the reports, and in recent days he has accused the media of election rigging.
Fox News' Chris Wallace will moderate the debate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Once more, The Texas Tribune staff will watch for how the candidates fare on issues important to Texans.
Here's how you can watch the last debate with us:
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- Tune in on Facebook in advance at 7 p.m. for a Facebook Live conversation with The Texas Tribune's Jay Root and KUT's Ben Philpott about the presidential race.
- Watch the final debate live on TV on any major news network starting at 8 p.m. If you don't have TV, you can look for a livestream on Twitter. The Texas Tribune will also share a livestream on our Facebook page.
- Share your thoughts, quotes and questions with the hashtag #TXWatching2016 on Twitter. Follow us on Twitter for the latest related Texas stories, polls and more.
Let's get the conversation started: This debate is the candidates' last chance to sell themselves to the American people. What would you like to see the candidates say? Tweet #TXWatching2016
Read our coverage of the 2016 election:
- A WFAA/SurveyUSA poll found Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton 47 percent to 43 percent in Texas, with a margin of error of 4 percent.
- By mid-day Tuesday, Clinton's campaign had booked ads in Texas worth at most $100,000, according to a GOP source briefed on local television sales.
- At a San Antonio fundraiser, Donald Trump said some of his GOP colleagues "forgot there was an election," specifically calling out U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan.