The conventions are over and the presumptive nominees are now their party's official ones. Therefore we felt a new thread would be fitting Democratic Presidential nominee: Joe Biden, Vice Presidential nominee: Kamala Harris Republican Presidential incumbent: Donald Trump, Vice Presidential incumbent: Mike Pence Libertarian Presidential nominee: Jo Jorgensen, Vice Presidential nominee: Spike Cohen Green Presidential nominee: Howie Hawkins, Vice Presential nominee: Angela Walker There will be four debates held. Three for the Democratic and Republican nominees plus any third party who polls at 15%, as well as one for the Vice Presidential nominees for the same rules.The dates of them are: September 29th, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. October 7th at the University of Utah. (VP debate) October 15th at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida. October 22th at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Now per discussion in Comms and Mod Squad, we are instituting some rules in this thread. If you post a tweet you must post it with either some thoughts of your own about it, and/or why you chose to share it. Essentially, provide some commentary of your own. We cannot interact with the author of the tweet, which stifles discussion; we can only interact with the poster. So give us something to interact with. Furthermore, no single image or .gif replies. Use your words. You can post them if you provide some commentary. Images and .gifs can be distracting and annoying by themselves. These rules are subject to change.