Should McCain decides to fly to Mississippi to attend the presidential debate tonight, viewers will be able to deliver their thoughts through iReports.
The debate between two presidential hopefuls, Barack Obama and John McCain, in most probability, will go on as scheduled despite the latter's delay proposal. All eyes would be on CNN, Friday night (September 26) to watch the first ever "Debate in America" between the two candidates, live, and here's how people can participate.
Film some of your own debate party, your thoughts and/or reactions and upload them to iReport.com. The best iReports will be featured on the homepage of CNN.com during the Presidential debate. Viewers can also share their take on the debate and show how they are watching the debate at iReport.com.
Additionally, CNN will also present on Saturday at 8 P.M. ET, Roland Martin's Election Special that will opt "5 Weeks to Election Day, What They Didn't Talk About at the Presidential Debate".
McCain initially proposed to delay the debate to concentrate on mending the economic crisis but Obama said that America needs to hear how they will lead the country and thus insisted on going on with the debate. On Thursday afternoon, both candidates have met with President Bush for a meeting at the White House to discuss on the the economic rescue plan. With this already in progress, it is most likely that McCain will fly to Oxford, Mississippi after all to proceed with the debate.