Wright State University will make a major announcement about the upcoming presidential debate.
The university will host the first debate of this General Election on Sept. 26 in the Nutter Center. Wright State is one of four host universities chosen this year by the the commission, a non-profit in charge of producing the General Election debates.
In addition to the presidential debates at Wright State and Washington University, Longwood University in Farmville, Va., will host the vice presidential candidates on Oct. 4 and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas will host the last of the presidential debates Oct. 19.
The Dayton Daily News will have live updates at the 2 p.m. press conference. Follow reporter Kara Driscoll on Twitter.