Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, touring the Moton Museum, considered a student birthplace of America’s Civil Rights movement, signals he's ready for the debate in Farmville, Virginia. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine toured Robert Russa Moton High School, now a museum, in Farmville, Virginia on Tuesday, just hours before he'll face off against Republican rival Mike Pence during the vice presidential debate. The school is considered the student birthplace of America's Civil Rights movement for producing the majority of plaintiffs in the Brown v. Board of Education in desegregating public schools. Farmville, a town of 8,000 nestled in the heart of central Virginia, will get a rare spell in the limelight on Tuesday night when U.S. vice presidential candidates Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine face off at Longwood University in their only debate of the general election campaign.