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Obama, Romney and the Post-Debate Review

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President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney squared off in the first general election debate. Pundits and analysts have overwhelmingly given the win to Romney. We break it down with Steve Billet, Professor at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management. Then we get thoughts from both sides of the aisle with Richard Greene, an oratory expert and public speaking coach who has worked with world leaders, political candidates and business leaders. We also have Doug Guetzloe, our regular conservative politics analyst and host of the Guetzloe Report. 

 

Then... A report issued this week shows that, despite all of the third-party money flowing into the election this year, the massive attack on President Obama and Mitt Romney’s early outraising of the president, it is actually the president’s campaign who is flooding the airwaves the most. We talk to Michael Franz, a political science professor at Bowdoin College and Author of Campaign Advertising and American Democracy.

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