- On hand throughout the evening’s coverage to provide expert analysis: chief political analyst Gloria Borger, senior political analyst David Gergen, as well as Paul Begala, Alex Castellanos, Van Jones and Mary Matalin.
- White House correspondent Brianna Keilar will report live from the debate and will share moments from her interview with Beau Biden.
- Gloria Borger traveled to Delaware today to talk with Beau Biden about his father’s debate preparation on debate day.
- During the presidential debate, the network will feature: real-time feedback from CNN’s focus group in Virginia; and a running time clock that tracks each candidate’s speaking time and will tally time spent on major issues at the end of the debate.
- The post-debate coverage will feature political fact checks from the “reality check” team of anchor John Berman and correspondent Tom Foreman from the network’s virtual studio.
- Erin Burnett will report live from Old Dominion University in Virginia, where she will be joined by a group of undecided voters. Burnett will share the group’s reaction and opinions live on CNN. #CNNundecideds
- CNN and ORC International will reveal the results of a poll of viewers across the country who watched the debate. Visit the CNN Political Ticker for additional information after 11 p.m. ET http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com
- CNN will provide unrestricted access to the network’s presidential debate programming through CNN.com and via CNN’s apps for iPhone and iPad.
- Web users can become video editors with a new clip-and-share feature that allows them to share favorite debate moments on Facebook. WATCH HOW TO VIDEO: http://on.cnn.com/Syg20Z