Reviewing the second presidential debate from rainy Nashville

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Today, supporters of presidential candidate Barack Obama and John McCain will be out in force claiming their candidate won last night's debate in Tennessee. It was a discussion largely about the policy differences the two have been touting for weeks on the economic troubles, energy policy and the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. But it was a different format, with a small group of voters asking questions and sitting quietly as the candidates spoke.
Guest: Andrea Bernstein, The Takeaway’s Political Director

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Andrea Bernstein

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