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Join Business Insider on Tuesday, September 29, at 1 p.m. ET for a conversation with Samuelsohn and the reporters Tom LoBianco and Tina Sfondeles as we enter the homestretch of the 2020 presidential campaigns.
They'll speak about the stories they're working on, including what to expect at the much-anticipated first presidential debate, the inner workings of the Trump and Biden campaigns, the expected battle over the election results after the November 3 vote, and how both Republicans and Democrats are preparing for it.
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