Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine have arrived at the site of the first and only vice presidential debate.
The candidates will face off just past 9 p.m. at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Advisers for the candidates suggest there could be fireworks during the 90-minute affair, although vice presidential debates rarely change the direction of a presidential race.
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Elaine Quijano of CBS News serves as the moderator.
Neither candidate is as well-known as his running mate. Pence is a first-term governor and previously served as a congressman. Kaine is former Virginia governor and now serves the state in the Senate.
Donald Trump is campaigning in Colorado, but he said he’d be “live tweeting” the debate. Hillary Clinton is at home in New York.