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President Trump vs. Joe Biden: Cleveland debate set for this Tuesday

Here's what we know as the first presidential debate will be held at Case Western Reserve University.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: Video at the top of this story is from Sept. 3, 2020.

With election day less than two months away, all eyes will soon be shifting to Cleveland as Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic hosts the first presidential debate later this month between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

So what can you expect? Here's what we know so far...

WHEN IS IT?

Tuesday, Sept. 29 from 9-10:30 p.m.

WHERE IS IT TAKING PLACE?

The Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic inside the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion.

HOW CAN I WATCH?

It will air live on WKYC with streaming coverage available online at WKYC.com, the WKYC app or our Facebook and YouTube pages.

WHO WILL MODERATE?

That job goes to Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday. Read more about that HERE.

WHAT ABOUT COVID-19 CONCERNS?

The Cleveland Clinic will serve as a health security adviser to mitigate any exposure or spread.

OTHER DEBATE SCHEDULES:

  • Wednesday, Oct. 7: University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
  • Thursday, Oct. 15: Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.
  • Thursday, Oct. 22: Belmont University in Nashville.

Read more about the other debate plans HERE.

WHO IS CURRENTLY LEADING IN OHIO?

A recent poll released by Morning Consult shows President Trump with a five-point lead against Joe Biden in Ohio.

WHEN IS THE ELECTION?

Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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