Centre College is four days away from hosting their second vice presidential debate.
Hundreds of volunteers and members of the Commission on Presidential Debate have been working around the clock preparing the college for the debate.
The Commission says they're expecting more than 3,000 media to attend, including 60 to 70 satellite and live trucks, broadcasting to millions across the nation and world.
On Monday crews were setting up the stage in Norton Hall, setting up audio, lights and the different designated media areas.
The debate is scheduled for Thursday, October 11th at 9pm.