October 22, 2012 by bdetienne
We are T-minus 15 days until America goes to the polls to cast their votes for the next President of the United States. The stakes are high and the campaigns is heading full steam going into the final stretch. According to the New York Times 538 Blog, the statistical data points towards President Barack Obama retaining his post for the next four years but the race is anything but over for former Governor Mitt Romney. Several states remain up for grabs and millions of undecided voters are left pondering who their vote will go to.
That makes tonight even more crucial as the third and final presidential debate is being held. Hosted by Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, and moderated by CBS’ Bob Schieffer, the debate will serve as each man’s final opportunity to hold audition for several million people across the nation as to who would be the best applicant for the leader of the United States. The focus of the debate will be foreign policy but do not be surprised if somehow domestic policies might get some airtime as well.
If you are decided on either Mr. Obama or Mr. Romney, best of luck to your candidate. But for those of you undecideds, I wish you best of luck in determining which one is the right choice in your mind. I encourage you to tune in tonight (9:00 Eastern time on all four broadcast networks as well as CNN and Fox News) and take in the action to help you with your decision. After this, there is no more national stage, just coverage of various campaign stops leading up to November 6th.