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Last night, Senators Barack Obama and John McCain met in the final Presidential debate. What will it mean for the last few weeks of this campaign?
It was, by far, the most heated - and most tense confrontation between the men - sitting close together at a table with CBS' Bob Scheiffer, the two continued to push their well-rehearsed campaign themes, but also traded barbs about character, integrity, and the negative quality of the campaign.
Oh, and we got to hear about "Joe The Plumber" 24 times.
Today, Where We Live, our "A" Team of political analysts, Bill Curry and Dean Pagani will talk about what changed - or didn't - last night, and what to expect between now and November 4th.
We'd like you to join the conversation with your take on the debate. And, more importantly, what do you like, or hate, about the plans presented by the two candidates?
Join the conversation! Add your suggestions, questions and comments below.
For more coverage of Election '08, check out CPTV & WNPR's Democracy Project.
Will this Presidential race attract the youth vote? Get the history, forecast and young voter's opinions on the CPBN.org web original series, Youth Vote.