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The quick turn-around: The final debate ...

Published October 22, 2012 11:02 pm

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No change: Final debate didn't settle anything — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial

A campaign where the polls are close and few undecided voters are left, where the first two debates were widely scored 1-to-1, Americans may have been looking to Monday night's encounter to settle the question of whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney would be the better president over the next four years.

Nope. ...

Presidential debate: Romney endorses Obama — Los Angeles Times Editorial

A viewer who hadn't tuned into the campaign between Romney and Obama before Monday night's debate might have wondered what all the shouting was about.

Debate: Serene Romney passes stature test — San Diego U-T Editorial

— Obama takes it to Romney, exploiting incumbent's home-field edge on foreign affairs — Kevin Modesti | The Los Angeles Daily News

The foreign policy debate: Blog reax — Andrew Sullivan | The Daily Beast

Liveblog: The Final Presidential Debate — Elspeth Reeve | The Atlanic Wire

— Romney's baffling strategy — Matt Miller | The Washington Post

 

 


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