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Vice Presidential Debate 2020: How to Watch Pence vs. Harris Debate Live

By Gabriela Vatu / October 7, 2020

The Vice Presidential Debate is nearly here, and we're going to finally see Kamala Harris face Mike Pence in a must-watch event. We're going to watch the Vice Presidential Debate online, so let's see what options you have to do that as well.

Ahead of the elections from November 3rd, we have several debates still scheduled, with this one being the first between the Vice Presidential candidates. We've already seen President Donald Trump debate with Joe Biden, so now we're going to have to follow the new debate as well.

Given how the next Presidential debate may very well get postponed due to Trump's positive COVID-19 diagnosis, we better focus on this VP debate instead, at least until further notice.

The Vice Presidential Debate is supposed to show viewers who is the candidate that is the best fit for the job. We're going to get to watch Kamala Harris put her skills and experience as former Attorney General the work here, as Mike Pence will try to appeal to his voter base.

Who Is Moderating the Event?

The Vice Presidential Debate is going to be moderated by Susan Page, the Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today. There has been quite a bit of controversy around this decision because it was discovered that a couple of years back, she hosted a party for Seema Verma, who runs Trump's administration Medicare and Medicaid programs.

So it is believed that she may hold some bias. Despite multiple calls for her replacement, it seems that she will still be the one to host it all.

When and Where to Watch the Vice Presidential Debate?

The Vice Presidential Debate is programmed for October 7th. The event will start at 9:00 PM and will run for 90 minutes without any commercial interruptions.

It is going to be broadcast by every major network cable, including ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, Fox News, MSNBC, C-SPAN, CNN, as well as YouTube.

How Can I Live Stream the Vice Presidential Debate?

If you're hoping to watch the Vice Presidential Debate online, you clearly have the option to go for YouTube. If you would rather go for a live TV service instead, which will help you cut the cord and switch, you have even more options ahead of you. Hulu is a great service that you will certainly want to take into account, as it is home to all the networks you will need.

On Hulu, you will find ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC in the main bundle. Besides the main bundle, you can get extra channel packs and a few premium networks. A really cool thing about subscribing to Hulu's Live TV service is that you'll also get access to the On-Demand library, which means you have a lot of content to enjoy.

Hulu works on loads of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and others.

While Hulu is a really excellent service, there are others you can subscribe to as well.

fuboTV is a service that deserves your attention, as it features over one hundred networks in the main bundle. You will find ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC in there. They also have multiple plans that include the same main bundle but come with extra channel packs and premium networks at discount prices. You can also customize the subscription yourself and pick your favorite channel packs and premium networks so you can make the platform your own. Start your free trial on fuboTV now!

Sling TV is also a good option if you want to watch the Vice Presidential Debate online. In the Blue and Orange + Blue bundles you will find Fox, NBC, Fox News, and MSNBC, while CNN is present in all three bundles, including Orange. Before you choose, you need to know that Orange subscribers can watch content on one device at a time, Blue subscribers get three simultaneous streams, and Orange + Blue bundles get four of them. There are also numerous extra channel packs and premium networks you can add to your account, as well add-ons to expand the cloud DVR storage space capacity or the number of simultaneous streams you can enjoy content on. Watch 3 Days Free on Sling TV Now!

Note

ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC, are channels that broadcast in select markets only, so if you happen to live in an area where you can't reach them, you can use a VPN and watch the channels that are specific to the region where your newly-selected server is located. Continue reading to find out more details.

How to Watch the Vice Presidential Debate From Anywhere?

If the Vice Presidential Debate finds you traveling, you need to know that live TV platforms and streaming services from the United States are all geo-blocked, so you cannot access them from abroad unless you have a little bit of extra help.

It means you cannot watch them from abroad unless you have a VPN that can help change your IP address so that you appear to be in a different location - namely the United States. A VPN can route your internet connection and make it seem like you are wherever you need to be, so it's going to be the easiest solution of them all.

We recommend you use ExpressVPN, which is a really great tool that has thousands of servers all over the world and some really great privacy features - which will make it super important for the protection of your data.

You need to subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% OFF), get the apps for your device, and find a server that's in the United States so you can connect to it. Once the connection is established, you can go ahead and load Hulu to start streaming the Vice Presidential Debate.

ExpressVPN has a 30-day money-back guarantee policy, so if you have any problems with your account, you can always ask for a refund.



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