It was undecided voters asking the questions in the town hall-style debate Tuesday night, and CBS 2’s Jessica Schneider watched the candidates’ answers with an undecided family from Bethpage, Long Island.
Well before Tuesday’s toe-to-toe debate that CBS News’ Scott Pelley called the most rancorous ever, a political frenzy took over at the Hofstra University student center.
President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney both claimed to support comprehensive immigration reform in the second presidential debate Tuesday, but different in their definitions of what the term meant.
If given the opportunity to ask either candidate a question this evening, what would it be?
Tuesday night marks the second presidential election in a row that features Hofstra University hosting a pivotal debate, and Long Islanders are the ones actually asking the questions.
Romney so misrepresented his record in Denver that it will be hard for the former Massachusetts Governor to walk it back tonight because Romney will be lying about his record to a room full of voters.
Obamacare and Romneycare are so associated with President Barack Obama and former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney that each took time to field a question about their namesake plan and health care in the CBS Local Presidential Forum.
Hofstra will be center stage for the second presidential debate this election year when President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney go at it inside the university’s Mack Sports Complex on Tuesday night.
Members of the crowd repeatedly hurled boos and erupted in cheers, as well as shouting and applause, during the third Connecticut U.S. Senate debate between Democratic U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy and Republican businesswoman Linda McMahon.
With two days to go until the next Presidential debate Hofstra University is buzzing. The school’s basketball arena is being transformed into a debate hall, where locals will get to question the Presidential candidates.
The vice presidential candidates were back on the campaign trail Friday following there sometimes “rock ’em, sock ‘em” debate on Thursday night.
There’s a lot of ground to cover from Thursday night’s debate at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky between Mitt Romney’s running mate – Rep. Paul Ryan – and Vice President Joe Biden.
The candidates shared a warm handshake and then retreated to their respective corners to try to eviscerate each other.
Social networks lit up Wednesday as users argued over who emerged as the key character from Wednesday’s first president debate.
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign tonight for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors.