The stage of the first 2016 Republican primary debate

The Republican primary debate is kicking off the 2016 presidential election on Aug. 6, and you can have a front row seat to all of the political action by watching online.

The main event starts at 9 p.m. ET, where the 10 frontrunner candidates– including Donald Trump, Gov. Jeb Bush and Gov. Scott Walker — will debate major issues like immigration and the economy.

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To watch the festivities you need an approved cable provider log in, but once signed in you can see the debates and commentary on the Fox News website. 

You can also download the Fox News companion app to watch along and vote for who you think is winning the debate as it happens live. The app is available on Google Play and iTunes.

Posted by:Megan Vick