RALEIGH, N.C. — With just a little more than four weeks until Election Day, Republican Sen. Thom Tillis and Democratic challenger Cal Cunningham will meet in Raleigh for their third and final debate Thursday night.
The Senate candidates will likely pick up where they left off in earlier debates with topics, including federal COVID-19 relief, the president's Supreme Court nomination and election integrity.
You can watch the candidates answer questions that are important to you live tonight or with the Spectrum News App starting at 7 p.m. After that, catch our debate post-show starting at 8 p.m.
"I’m hoping to dig a little deeper into what they have previously talked about while adding a few topics that were left out in the first two debates," Boyum said before the debate Thursday.
Democrats are hoping to flip the Senate this year, and Tillis' seat is seen as potentially vulnerable. Cunningham has been consistently ahead of the incumbent Republican in recent polls.
A University of Massachusetts Lowell poll of likely voters, released Tuesday, put Cunningham up at 49% to 43% for Tillis. That poll had a adjusted margin of error of 4.1%.
There's a lot going on in the U.S. Senate, even with the Nov. 3 election little more than a month away.
Senators are preparing to potentially vote on President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee to fill the seat left after the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The president and Senate leaders have said they hope to have a new justice on the bench before the election.
The Senate is also working on a new coronavirus relief package.
The event is closed to the public but will be live on Spectrum News 1 and on your smartphone with the Spectrum News 1 app at 7 p.m.