President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney hold their first debate tonight from the campus of the University of Denver. Watch CNN.com Live for all the latest coverage from the election.
Today's programming highlights...
10:30 am ET - Pentagon briefing on Afghanistan - The deputy commander of the International Security Assistance Force will brief reporters on the current situation in Afghanistan.
12:00 pm ET - Clinton campaigns for Obama - While President Obama prepares for tonight's debate, former president Bill Clinton will be on the campaign trail in New Hampshire, stumping for Obama in Durham.
12:00 pm ET - Rubio stumps for Romney - Like Obama, GOP candidate Mitt Romney will avoid any campaigning the day of the debate. Sen. Marco Rubio will campaign for Romney in Denver.
5:00 pm ET - 'DebateFest' - Before, during and after the debate, students, faculty and others will gather at the University of Denver for a free festival and debate watch party.
9:00 pm ET - Presidential debate - It's what you've been waiting for. President Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney will discuss and debate domestic issues from the campus of the University of Denver.
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