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Presidential Debate As the battles in the 2012 elections intensify and voting day looms, WRAL News is bringing a number of debates to viewers.  

Capitol Broadcasting & WRAL News are committed to comprehensive coverage that helps you make an informed choice in the Nov. 6 election.  We are bringing viewers the seven debates lives on WRAL-TV, FOX 50, WRAL.com and WRAL mobile over the coming month. 

On Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, the two presidential candidates went head-to-head for the first time in a televised debate, as did the two North Carolina gubernatorial candidates.  Several other match-ups are scheduled throughout October.

Here’s the remaining schedule:

Thursday, Oct. 11

TIME

WRAL

FOX50

9 p.m.

Vice presidential debate: Democratic incumbent Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan

 

Vice presidential debate: Democratic incumbent Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan

10:30 p.m.

WRAL News at 10

11 p.m.

WRAL News at 11

Access Hollywood

Tuesday, Oct. 16

TIME

WRAL

FOX50

7 p.m.

Gubernatorial debate: Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, a Democrat, and Republican Pat McCrory

Two and a Half Men

8 p.m.

NCIS
 

Raising Hope

8:30 p.m.

Ben & Kate

9 p.m.

Presidential debate: Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney


 

Presidential debate: Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney

10:30 p.m.

WRAL News at 10

11 p.m.

WRAL News at 11

Gubernatorial debate: Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, a Democrat, and Republican Pat McCrory

Monday, Oct. 22

TIME

WRAL

FOX50

8 p.m.
8:30 p.m.

How I Met Your Mother
Partners

NLCS Game 7 
OR 
X-Factor

9 p.m.

Presidential debate: Democratic incumbent Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney

NLCS Game 7
OR
presidential debate

11 p.m.

WRAL News at 11

WRAL News at 10 (after the game)

Wednesday, Oct. 24

TIME

WRAL

FOX

7 p.m.

 Gubernatorial debate: Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, a Democrat, and Republican Pat McCrory

 

 Two and a Half Men

7:30 p.m.

World Series Game 1

11 p.m.

WRAL News at 11

WRAL News at 10 (after the game)

The national debates will also be aired on WILM, Capitol Broadcasting’s CBS affilitate on the North Carolina coast, at the same time as WRAL.

WRAL News is also informing viewers with our Candidates & Issues forum. Candidates in several statewide races discuss key issues. Watch their comments on WRAL.com here.

Keep up with the lates on the debates and political races on WRAL.com Politics section.

Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Steve Hammel for contributions to this capcom story & to WRAL.com for this capcom graphic.

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