This is the last, best chance for both candidates to make their arguments to a broad audience of the American public for why they should be president — and there's a lot on the line.
It's the showdown many have been waiting for — the debate between Vice President Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris. Pence needs to right the ship, while Harris has to deflect charges of socialism.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have both invited guests to the third presidential debate with an eye towards rattling their opponent.
While it could be said Donald Trump upped his game in Sunday's debate, he still did not reach the level at which the carefully prepared and rehearsed Hillary Clinton has functioned in both debates.
Mike Pence is defending Donald Trump --and joining attacks on Bill Clinton — after a weekend where he criticized his running mate, and there was speculation that he might leave the Republican ticket.
An enormous television audience was expected for the first Clinton-Trump presidential debate. Crowds of voters also gathered in homes, restaurants and bars to watch the candidates go toe to toe.
Expectations are high for the Democratic nominee, but she needs to come across as authentic and relatable instead of just a policy wonk.
The two Democratic contenders exchanged sharp attacks ahead of Tuesday's New York primary.
Republican presidential candidates meet again Thursday night in their 11th debate. Just four men will be on stage: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.