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Discussing the Presidential Debate Formats on WIBC

Yesterday afternoon my colleague Jennifer Wagner and I appeared on WIBC (yes, again) this time discussing the different formats of the presidential debates and if there is a certain format that benefits either President Obama or Governor Romney.  We even have a bit of fun with Ed Wenck of Indy’s Afternoon News when he asked if there is a format that could rid the world of consultants.  Check it out it’s a fun listen.

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Also, in case you missed it, Jen and I later appeared on Fox 59 to discuss what to expect in last night’s debate.  Granted I’m posting these segments after the debate, but it’s interesting to listen to in hindsight to see how close we were in our suggestions.

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