In about two weeks, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off in the first 2016 presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday Sept. 26 beginning at 9 p.m. ET. The second clash will take place on Oct. 9, a showdown at Washington University. The final scheduled meeting between the major-party candidates is slated for Oct. 19, on the campus of the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. How will you watch the presidential debates 2016?

Presidential Debates 2016 Details

NBC News anchor Lester Holt will moderate the first presidential debate 2016 in New York. The second presidential debate 2016 moderators are ABC News co-anchor Martha Raddatz and CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper. The town hall-style debate will be held in Missouri on Sunday Oct. 9.

The last presidential debate 2016 moderator is Fox News anchor Chris Wallace, being held on Wednesday Oct. 19.

Watch Presidential Debates 2016

Tune into cable news channels CNN, Fox News and MSNBC for live coverage of the presidential debates 2016. The debates will be broadcast live on C-SPAN, ABC, CBS and FOX as well.

Live Stream Presidential Debates 2016

Certain universities may have a live stream of the debates on their campus. Last debate 2012 was live streamed at a Hofstra theater while select students entered a lottery to watch the debate live in person. The same lottery is available for 2016 presidential debates.

CNN News Live Stream is likely to have the 2016 presidential debates as it did in 2012.

You can also watch the 2016 presidential debates LIVE STREAM here.

Presidential Debates 2016 Topics

Viewers are supposed to hear about moderator questions for presidential debate 2016 prior to the first debate on Sept. 26.

At the last presidential debates in 2012, President Barack Obama went head on with former Gov. Mitt Romney and some of those same topics may be rolled over to the 2016 presidential debates. Moderator Jim Lehrer asked questions about the economy during the first presidential debates in 2012; a pressing topic in the 2016 presidential race.

“What are the major differences between the two of you about how you would go about creating new jobs?” Lehrer asked. He also asked a second question on the economy, focusing on the federal deficit and the federal debt.

Given recent terrorist attacks, the nation would be concerned about that topic and military powers. Moderator Bob Schieffer asked about the challenges of a changing Middle East and the “new face of terrorism,” at the last presidential debate in 2012.

Immigration may be a major topic given the number of undocumented immigrants in America, a changing economy that should reflect that and the increasing number of refugees looking to enter the U.S. due to conflict in their native countries.

The last presidential debate 2016 will be a town hall so we will not know what an audience member would ask but previous debates showed students asking questions regarding student debt.