President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney meet for their third of three debates in Boca Raton, Florida, the biggest swing state prize with 29 electoral votes. The first debate gave Romney a much-needed boost after his widely applauded performance -- and Obama's derided one -- in the first debate. The second matchup was considered more of a draw, with Obama edging Romney in several polls of debate-watchers.
#Horsesandbayonets is now trending on Twitter. Is this going to be the viral moment from the final debate?
With this format, sometimes you have to click refresh to see new polls. We recommend opening a new browser and waiting for it to load, then closing out old one. :D
This just happened: Bob Schieffer, the moderator: Let’s get back to foreign policy. Romney: I’m proud of my education record (when governor of Massachusetts).
Here is the CNN focus group during the debate. Always wondered what those little dials looked like in action.
These are the five things that CNN said to watch for in the live debate:
1. How much does Romney know about Libya?
2. Drones put Obama at odds with his liberal base
3. The other stuff
4. The art of the pivot
5. Will there be fireworks?
Romney name drops Mali early on. He has more pressure tonight because he has to prove hes a foreign policy leader, Obama has been one for four years.
Former New Hampshire governor John Sununu was in the CBS 6 studio live via satellite today. He spoke with Bill Fitzgerald about tonight’s final presidential debate.
Tonight’s debate is focused on foreign policy, and Sununu says that Romney will work with allies to ensure peace with aggressive nations.