Final Showdown: Obama vs. Romney on Foreign Policy

The final Presidential Debate is on broadcast television tonight. We’ve got some tips from the experts on what to look for tonight.

Tonight marks the final debate showdown between President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney. The candidates will square off at 9:00 p.m. EST and put forth their views on the most pressing foreign policy issues facing our country.  Aereo is again expanding its Try for Free access for this Presidential Debate, temporarily expanding Try for Free access until 11:00 p.m. to accommodate the debate time frame.  The debate will be aired by all of the major over-the-air broadcasters.

Not sure what to look for in tonight’s debate? The Washington Post has the rundown on tonight’s key debate topics. With national polls suggesting an increasingly close race, this final debate could be pivotal and an important momentum boost for the candidates going into the last 15 days before the election. Politico’s got your list of 5 things to watch out for in the debate.

In our blog last week, we wrote about how televised debates throughout history have been instrumental in shaping the public’s perception of candidates and campaigns. For another interesting list of the top 10 moments in foreign policy debates throughout history, ForeignPolcy.com has got you covered with an interesting post from earlier this month.

Finally, if you’d rather follow the debate buzz in 140 characters or less, keep track with #debates on Twitter.

To watch the debate live with Aereo, simply visit aereo.com and create a login and password. Pending capacity, consumers can use Try for Free immediately on compatible devices. There is no credit card to enter, but users must be located within New York City.  Data charges may apply, so please check with your provider. A full list of supported browsers and devices can be found here.

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