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This is it folks, President Obama and Mitt Romney are facing off for the last time before the decision will be made as to who will run the country. Taking place at Florida’s Lynn University, this 90-minute last verbal battle between the two is moderated by CBS personality Bob Shaffer.

Instead of a broader range of topics, as seen in their second debate,  the night’s event will be focused around national security and foreign police.

As previously reported, Obama’s responses could put him in position to lose against Romney, in light of the controversy surrounding his handling of the attacks on a U.S. consulate in Libya, killed Ambassador Chris Stevens. However, working in his favor is the fact that many in the state seem to favor the incumbent over his opponent, but in the game of politics every day brings a change in the polls.

In preparation of the debate, the president ran commercial spots showcasing the withdrawal of troops from overseas, in an  attempt to remind the public of the work he’s done in the last four years. Yet given Romney’s noteworthy showing in their two previous meetings, he has the chance to change the tide of his campaign which may be deficient in the area of foreign policy, versus his foundation, which is fixing the economy.

View the live stream of the debate below.



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