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Where to Watch and Listen to Tonight's Debate between Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman

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Five weeks from today, voters will head to booths to choose California's new governor. Polls pretty much have them in a dead heat, but with tonight's first of three televised debate, things could change. The event is taking place on the campus of UC-Davis, but there are a handful of ways here in L.A. to watch or hear it.

Online: Head over to to watch it live. A number of TV stations will also carry it on their websites.

TV: The only local station that is airing the debate live is KABC-7. They will also air it online.

Radio: At three two radio stations will carry the debate. KCRW will air it live on 89.9 FM, as well as online, followed by analysis and commentary on "Which Way, L.A.?" with host Warren Olney from 7 to 8 p.m. KNX1070 will also carry the debate live for those on the AM dial. And if you miss it the whole thing, tune your dial to 89.3 FM for KPCC's delayed airing of the debate at 7 p.m.

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About the Debate: KCRA (NBC) anchor Gulstan Dart will moderate the debate. Questions will be asked by Sacramento Bee political editor Amy Chance, KCRA political reporter Kevin Riggs and Capital Public Radio (NPR) bureau chief Marianne Russ.