KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Tonight will be voters' first chance to watch President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden square off against each other on a range of issues.

With 35 days until voters cast their ballots---and major issues ranging from COVID-19 to the economy to racial inequality hanging in the air---what happens Tuesday night in Cleveland may go a long way toward informing voters of their choice.

Reporter Abigael Jaymes has the story, as a UMKC political science professor gives a guide on what voters should watch for at the debate:

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