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Final debate leads Romney to common ground with Obama
Republican Mitt Romney entered Monday night's debate on foreign policy with the goal of presenting himself as a competent, plausible alternative to President Barack Obama as commander in chief.
SOCIAL: Tweeting the final Presidential debate
The final Presidential debate dealt with foreign policy issues and was held at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. The debate was moderated by Bob Schieffer, Host of CBS's Face the Nation.
Fact checking the final debate
Foreign policy is generally a difficult area to fact-check - differences can be more of opinions than numbers - but that did not stop President Obama and Mitt Romney from making questionable claims:
Thousands watch vice presidential debate on KY college campus
Despite temperatures dropping into the mid 40s, and the non-stop shouts of an abortion protestor who scaled a tree before the debate began, the crowd on Centre College's campus stayed engaged, attentively watching the lively debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican congressman Paul Ryan.
VIDEO: Obama pokes fun at own debate performance
President Barack Obama drew laughs during a celebrity-led fundraiser in Los Angeles on Sunday when he poked fun of his debate performance against GOP challenger Mitt Romney.
Roger Shirley announces candidacy for District 7 Senate seat
Democratic Senate candidate Roger Shirley said he is counting on the votes of the hardworking residents of Pittsburg County to help him make a difference in the state of Oklahoma.
- Final debate leads Romney to common ground with Obama