Here's How to Watch the Presidential Debates Online and For Free

POPSUGAR Photography | Benjamin Stone
POPSUGAR Photography | Benjamin Stone

With 19 days till the election, it's time to start narrowing down who you'll vote for. One key way to determine this is to watch the presidential debates, the third and final one taking place on Oct. 19 at University of Nevada in Nevada, beginning at 6 p.m. PDT/9 p.m. EDT. Don't worry if you don't have cable — there are plenty of ways to watch online and for free.

Facebook has partnered with ABC News to bring a live stream of the debates to the app and website. You can head to this link when it's time to watch and react on Facebook.

If you're someone who enjoys seeing real-time reactions from journalists, celebrities, and the like, then you might want to watch the debates live on Twitter. The social media company partnered with Bloomberg Media to make this happen. Just head to at 8:30 p.m. EDT to watch the debates, as well as see real-time tweets on the side.

Lastly, YouTube has partnered with various news organizations including, the Washington Post, NBC News, and Fox News to bring you several live streams. You can watch the NBC News one here, the Washington Post one here, and the Fox News one here.

Before watching the debates, brush up on all the latest news, and don't forget to register to vote!