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100 Must-Follow Twitter Feeds For Presidential #Debates

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The University of Denver prepares for Wednesday's presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. | AP

There are no shortage of options for watching the presidential debates this year.

One of the most interesting places to get real-time commentary and analysis will be Twitter.

But are you following the right people?

Your Twitter experience is all about who you follow and to make it easier for you, here's a handy list of 100 Twitter accounts you'll want to make sure you follow for live tweets on the presidential debates.

In addition, Twitter will be curating some of the best tweets around debates on its #debates page. (The official hashtag is #debates.)

News Organizations 1. @bloombergnews
2. @bostonglobe
3. @BuzzFeed
4. @CBSDenver
5. @cnn
6. @DenverPost
7. @FoxNews
8. @HuffingtonPost
9. @nationaljournal
10. @NBCNews
11. @newshour
12. @nowthisnews
13. @NYTimes
14. @Politico
15. @Slate
16. @TheWeek
17. @USNews
18. @washingtonpost
19. @wbez
20. @wnyc
21. @wsj
Other News Feeds 22. @bloombergview
23. @cnnpolitics
24. @HuffPostPol
25. @thecaucus
26. @NBCFirstRead
27. @PostPolitics
28. @ReutersPolitics
29. @wsjwashington
Campaigns Romney Campaign 30. @RomneyResponse
31. @TeamRomney
32. @MittRomney
33. @andreamsaul (Press Secretary)
34. @RyanGOP (Deputy Press Secretary)
35. @Rick_Gorka (Traveling Press Secretary)
36. @EricFehrn (Senior Adviser)
Obama Campaign 37. @TruthTeam2012
38. @Obama2012
39. @BarackObama
40. @BenLaBolt (Press Secretary)
41. @DavidAxelrod (Senior Adviser)
42. @StefCutter (Deputy Campaign Manager)
43. @Lis_Smith (Director of Rapid Response)
Personalities 44. @AdamVerdugo
45. @AlexJamesFitz
46. @alexpappasdc
47. @AliNBCNews
48. @antderosa
49. @ariannahuff
50. @arthurdelaneyhp
51. @aterkel
52. @BCAppelbaum
53. @bretbaier
54. @buzzfeedandrew
55. @buzzfeedben
56. @carolmartin
57. @cbellantoni
58. @colvinj
59. @danielpetty
60. @daveweigel
61. @elisefoley
62. @ethanklapper
63. @EWErickson
64. @ezraklein
65. @finneyk
66. @fivethirtyeight
67. @GarrettNBCNews
68. @globekranish
69. @howardfineman
70. @jamiedupree
71. @jaredbkeller
72. @jonward11
73. @jimacostacnn
74. @judywoodruff
75. @lheron
76. @lizmair
77. @lynnsweet
78. @mattbai
79. @mattklewis
80. @mattyglesias
81. @mckaycoppins
82. @mmhastings
83. @michaelhayes
84. @michellemalkin
85. @mitchellreports
86. @mpoindc
87. @mviser
88. @nickconfessore
89. @nytjim
90. @pbsgwen
91. @producermatthew
92. @rosiegray
93. @ryanbeckwith
94. @sabrinasiddiqui
95. @samfeistcnn
96. @samsteinhp
97. @samyoungman
98. @stevebruskcnn
99. @wolfblitzer
100. @zekejmiller

Follow all of the above accounts in a Twitter list here.

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