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Livestream the final presidential debate at Lynn University between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney The debate will be moderated by CBS' Bob Scheiffer, host of Face of the Nation.

Why no one has been right about Libya

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It has been more than a month since the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi and no one has gotten the Libya question right. Not the president, not Mitt Romney.

For Obama and Romney, small New Hampshire could have a big impact

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New Hampshire is the smallest of the battleground states, with just four electoral votes, and for much of the fall it has seemed an afterthought to the candidates as they’ve campaigned across more prominent contested states.

Political perceptions: Economics of the women’s vote

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The presidential campaign suddenly has turned into a fight for women’s votes, as the front pages of nearly every national newspaper demonstrated this morning. (See this WSJ story.) There’s lots of speculation about whether women will vote more on economic issues, which has been the Romney camp’s view for most of the campaign, or on social issues like abortion and contraception.

Romney receives endorsement of Orlando Sentinel

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Mitt Romney, who often grouses that he is simultaneously running against President Obama and the mainstream media, will be greeted upon his arrival in Florida on Friday by a headline with which he cannot quarrel: The Orlando Sentinel is endorsing him.

Obama and Romney campaigns battle to mobilize voters

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The 11,000 people on a soccer field at St. Petersburg College had come to hear President Obama speak. But first Max Jay-Dixon had something important to say.

The four Ls and four states: what's next in the Obama-Romney duel

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From now until the third and final presidential debate, and quite probably even after that, President Obama and Mitt Romney will fight on the ground, over the airwaves, and in social media over the four Ls and four swing states.

Obama looks to regain edge with women voters

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President Obama tried in his debate Tuesday night with Mitt Romney to halt any precipitous slide of women voters toward his opponent, which meant he spent loads of time pouring crack filler into his base.

Who wins a tied debate?

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When two presidential candidates battle roughly to a tie in a debate, is there a winner?

For the President, punch, punch, another punch

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He waited all of 45 seconds to make clear he came not just ready for a fight but ready to pick one.