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Vice Presidential Debate Live Stream - Watch Tim Kaine & Mike Pence Face Off (Video)

Vice Presidential Debate Live Stream - Watch Tim Kaine & Mike Pence Face Off (Video)

The first (and only) Vice Presidential Debate is set to air later this evening (October 4), and we have the live stream here for you to enjoy.

On stage this evening, we will see Hillary Clinton‘s running mate Senator Tim Kaine, and Donald Trump‘s running mate Governor Mike Pence take on some important issues.

The debate will air live from Longwood University in Virginia from 9pm-11pm EST. The debate will also air on multiple TV stations, so be sure to tune in!

Watch the live stream below…


Vice Presidential Debate Live Stream
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    I judge who won the debates buy
    determining which candidate has the most reasonable policies, not by who is a more
    smooth talker like someone trying to sell you something. It came out in the
    debate that Pense like Trump wants to privatize social security. Bad idea for
    Americans and the American economy. Banks want to privatize Social Security
    because they stand to gain enormous fees if billions of dollars are shifted
    each year from Social Security payments into accounts under Wall Street
    management. But the fees to the banks come out of an individual’s account.
    Workers in the United Kingdom who have privatized their social security have
    lost almost half of their money from these management fees since 1988. See
    “Twelve Reasons Why Privatizing Social Security is a Bad Idea”
    published by The Century Foundation.

    Vote for the Democratic candidate who
    sides with majority, not the rich. If you look at voting records you will find
    3 R’s, Republicans Represent the Rich. The rich pay the most to get Republicans
    elected. Republican politicians owe their jobs to the rich. So they vote for
    what the rich want. But don’t be fooled by what any candidates say even if they
    are a smooth talker like someone trying to sell you something. Look at what
    they do. Look at their voting records. Notice that overall Democrats represent
    the interests of the middle class and poor. Democrats are for democracy, rule
    by the majority.