President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney will debate for the last time Monday evening at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla.
The event will air on all major network television channels and cable news channels CNN, MSNBC and Fox News at 7 p.m. MST. It will follow the same format as the first presidential debate, with 15-minute segments per six topics.
The moderator is Bob Schieffer of CBS News, the current host of Face the Nation. Scheiffer will be asking Obama and Romney questions about foreign policy, steering away from the topics of the last two presidential debates and the vice presidential debate, which focused on domestic policy, particularly the economy.
(CU Independent Illustration/Josh Shettler)
Monday is also when early voting begins. An Oct. 16 national Gallup poll shows the two candidates to be in a dead heat, tied at 47 percent amongst registered voters; Obama barely has the edge over Romney in Colorado.
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