This article contains spoilers for all four VP debates.
If you have never watched VP debates, you might find the time spent watching these debates to be an enjoyable experience.
In fact, it’s almost a must-see if you’re looking for a great debate experience.
But for those who do, the VP debates aren’t the only things to look out for.
This year’s debate schedule will be filled with a lot of fun moments.
Here are the highlights from each debate.
The VP Debate Format The VP debates will be divided into three formats: “Stand Up,” “Question,” and “Discussion.”
All three will feature some variation of the following: the first debate, which will be between Vice President Joe Biden and Democratic Senatorial candidate Joe Manchin, the second debate, featuring Vice President Mike Pence and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, and a third debate, hosted by CNN’s Jake Tapper, which may include some form of Q&A.
Each debate will be streamed live and will air on CNN at 8:00 p.m.
It will be hosted by a panel of journalists including senior CNN producer Mark Preston, senior CNN political analyst Ana Navarro, CNN political editor Mark Preston and former CNN political commentator and VP Biden aide David Gergen.
In the first vice presidential debate, Vice President Biden and Senator Chuck Schumer will face off on issues ranging from the economy and the national debt to gun control and healthcare.
Biden and Schumer will be joined by former Vice President Al Gore and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who will also debate at the same time.
The two remaining Democratic candidates will be Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
As the debate heats up, the two remaining Republican candidates will face each other.
Senator John McCain and Governor Bobby Jindal will both debate at 10:00 a.m., while Senator Marco Rubio and former Governor Jeb Bush will debate at 6:00 pm.
Biden will be the only remaining Republican candidate not on the debate stage, and his debate will not include any Q&As.
After the debate, there will be a break in the main event, with both Biden and Manchin continuing on to the third debate at 8 p.s.m..
Biden and McCain will then join the candidates for a Q&a at 9:00.
The third debate will feature Vice President Pence, who is expected to make a series of statements that will range from the economic and national security concerns of this election cycle to his views on the military.
In between the two other debates, there is also a debate on the economy, with Senator Cory Booker, a member of the Democratic leadership team, taking on Senator Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.
Booker and Grassley will debate on economic issues, including tax reform, the economy’s prospects and the prospects for the next economic downturn, as well as on immigration, trade and climate change.
After the debate has ended, Booker will be introduced to the audience by a special guests who will be Senator Elizabeth Warren, the former US Senator and Harvard Law professor who is now a member on the board of the US Chamber of Commerce.
At the end of the debate with the two GOP candidates, the moderator will be asked to determine the winner of the vice presidential race.
The VP debate will air live on CNN from 9:30 p.t. on March 1, 2020.
This is a rush transcript.
This transcript is provided for convenience.