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2012 presidential debate

Presidential Debate in Denver
President Obama and challenger Romney had their first televised debate on Oct. 3. (Getty Images)
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Nielsen: 67-Million Viewers For First Presidential Debate

The Nielsen ratings company says an estimated 67.2 million people watched the first debate between President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney, the largest TV audience for a presidential debate since 1992.

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Obama And Romney Square Off In First Presidential Debate In Denver
(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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Chris Matthews of MSNBC Freaks Out After Presidential Debate [VIDEO]

If you watched the first presidential debate or saw the large number of post-debate critiques on your various social networks last night, then you may have noticed Barack Obama seemed a little off.

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Mitt Romney and President Obama on stage during the debate
Mitt Romney and President Obama on stage during the debate (Rick Wilking-Pool/Getty Images)
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Obama, Romney Meet In First Debate [VIDEO/POLL]

Just about a month from Election Day, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney could find renewed energy on the campaign trail after what's viewed as a solid performance in his first debate with President Barack Obama.

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Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media
Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media
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Youth Vote Very Important For 2012 Election [AUDIO]

It's must see TV for college students, as dozens of students turn out to watch public viewings of the 2012 Presidential Debates at Monmouth University.

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The University of Denver, where the first presidetial debates takes place
The University of Denver, where the first presidetial debates takes place ( Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Questions And Answers On Presidential Debates

President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney deliver their message for themselves Wednesday night in the first of three head-to-head presidential debates. Some questions and answers about the debates.

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Barack Obama
(Photo by John Gurzinski/Getty Images)
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Will You be Watching Tonight’s Presidential Debate? [POLL]

Tonight is the first Presidential Debate between President Barack Obama and Republican candidate, Mitt Romney. As expected, there has been a lot of hype leading up to this event, but it seems as though a lot of Americans already have their mind set on who they're going to vote for.

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Mitt Romney campaigns in Virginia
Mitt Romney campaigns in Virginia (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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5 Things To Watch For In The Debate [VIDEO]

 

Five things to watch for when Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet in their first presidential debate Wednesday night:

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President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama (Sara D. Davis, Getty Images)
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama (Sara D. Davis, Getty Images)
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Obama Wedding Anniversary Lands on Debate Night

Forget about a date night. President Barack Obama and wife Michelle will be marking their wedding anniversary with a debate night.

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Governor Chris Christie
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Chris Christie Says Romney’s Ready For Debate [POLL/AUDIO]

The countdown is on. Tomorrow night President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney square off in the first general election debate.

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Young Mitt Romney at a Colorado campaign event
Young Mitt Romney at a Colorado campaign event (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Candidates Prep For Debates While No. 2s Campaign

 The presidential candidates are leaving the heavy lifting of campaigning to their running mates Tuesday as they spend one more day preparing for their first debate, scheduled for Wednesday night.

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