As many of you are aware, today is a day that represents not only a major inconvenience for Denver commuters as I25 is shut down from Hampden to Santa Fe, but also a momentous occasion in our nation’s political history. Regardless of which candidate has earned your support, The Hughes Law Firm wants to help ensure that all Colorado residents have access to tonight’s debate as it promises to address issues relating to Medicaid, VA benefits, and changes in elder care. You deserve to know about upcoming changes in the law, both at the local and national level.
PCmag has recently published a comprehensive list of resources that will allow individuals to gain access tonight’s debate through a number of mediums. PCmag reports that YouTube will be streaming the event live while Comcast has also launched Election Central for Xfinity TV, which is designed to provide coverage the debates themselves as well as related news material. Xbox users will also have the unique ability to participate in real-time polling through their Xbox live subscriptions. Visit PCmag for a complete list of ways to stay connected with tonight’s debate.For additional information on Colorado elder care, VA benefits, Medicaid, or upcoming changes in the law, please visit the Hughes Law Firm.