HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. - Northern Kentucky University is hosting what could be a very interactive debate-viewing session Wednesday night.
The public is invited to the session at Griffin Hall to watch the Presidential Debate between President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney and interact with real-time questions and discussion.
The session is being moderated by Professor Steven Weiss from NKU.
Weiss tells 9 News he anticipates a very lively discussion similar to supporters for two football teams sitting next to each other in the stands during a game.
A similar event will be held for the Vice Presidential Debate.
Wednesday night's debate begins at 9 p.m.
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