Follow FOX31’s wall-to-wall debate coverage Wednesday

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The nation’s eyes will be fixed on Denver tonight, but FOX31 Denver’s coverage of the first presidential debate of 2012 has already begun.

President Barack Obama and his GOP challenger Mitt Romney will step up to the microphones at 7 p.m., but you can get a live feed of everything going on inside and outside the debate hall all day by clicking here.

We’ll be streaming the debate live when it starts at 7 p.m. But we’ll be offering you something others won’t with our live stream — a chat that will be moderated by web producer Will C. Holden. Watch the debate, share your opinions and find out what others are buzzing about as it all unfolds live on the University of Denver campus.

Click here to access that live debate stream and chat. It will start at 6:30 p.m.

We’ll also have a live blog available with reactions from inside the debate hall being run by political producer Rob Marmet. That live blog will begin being populated at 6:30 p.m. and you can find it by clicking here.

But as we said, we started our work getting your questions answered on 2012’s first presidential debate much earlier Wednesday. Two members of our morning teams — Good Day Colorado’s Chris Jose and Daybreak’s Tom Green — sat down with a number of political experts this morning.

Those guests ranged from honored DU students and staff, a former presidential press secretary and Governor John Hickenlooper. You can find all of those morning interviews by clicking here.

And finally, don’t miss your chance to have your opinion counted. We’ll have a host of web polls in an effort to gauge the opinion of residents in Colorado, one of the biggest swing states in this November’s election. Click here to cast your vote in all of our polls

As always, you can also follow our Twitter account for the very latest. Like us and Facebook, as well, to join in on all of the discussion — political and otherwise.