Mike Pence and Tim Kaine Meet in Only Vice-Presidential Debate

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The site of Tuesday's vice presidential debate sits ready at Longwood University, October 4, 2016 in Farmville, Virginia.  (Photo: Win McNamee)

More than 40 percent of Americans are unable to name the vice presidential nominees for either major party, according to a recent ABC News survey. But Tuesday night, voters will get a chance to see and hear Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine face off in the only vice-presidential debate of this election. We’ll get reactions to the debate from a panel of political analysts ... and our listeners.

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Jennifer Merolla, professor of political science, University of California Riverside

Sahil Kapur, national political reporter, Bloomberg

Darren Samuelsohn, senior reporter, Politico

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