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From left: Democratic vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine speaks at Hanover Township Community Center in Bethlehem, Pa., on Aug. 31, 2016; the Republican vice-presidential candidate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, speaks at a campaign rally in Fort Wayne, Ind., on Sept. 30, 2016
Dennis Van Tine—Sipa USA; Darron Cummings—AP

The 2016 vice presidential candidates will debate Tuesday in their only head-to-head matchup of this election, which will be streamed all over the internet.

In a follow up to last week’s presidential debate, Democrat Tim Kaine will face off against Republican Mike Pence at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

That debate was the most-watched debate off all time, drawing 84 million viewers, according to Nielsen. While Tuesday’s debate most likely won’t top that, it will be broadcast on all major television networks, as well as streamed online for free.

Those without a cable subscription or antenna can stream the debate using YouTube, where many news organizations are broadcasting online from, directly on Twitter and from the website of most cable news outlets.

Elaine Quijano of CBS News will moderate the debate, which will be divided into nine segments that will run about 10 minutes each and focus on a single topic.

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