Debate Analysis: Both Men Mostly Succeeded In Appearing 'Presidential'

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Updated: 10/23/2012 12:58 am
In analyzing the third and final Presidential Debate on Monday night in Florida, University of Kentucky Political Science Professor, Stephen Voss, said both men needed to look presidential, and he felt both "mostly succeeded."

Dr. Voss said Mitt Romney at times badgered for time and at times Barack Obama seemed petty.  Overall, Voss felt the debate was toned-down from the previous town hall format clash.

Dr. Voss said now the attention turns back to the election with the focus on 'swing states' like Ohio and Florida.

Dr. Voss said right now the map favors President Obama, who has a strategic advantage.

Dr. Voss said in order for Mitt Romney to defeat President Obama, he must win almost everything in play over these last two weeks of the campaign.

Dr. Voss said Romney needs voter turnout.  He must get voters to the polls to have a chance to win.
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