Challenges and expectations for the VP debate

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Challenges and expectations for the VP debate
Challenges and expectations for the VP debate

Tomorrow night marks the one and only Vice Presidential debate where Vice President Joe Biden will face Representative Paul Ryan in Danville, Kentucky.  The format for the debate will be 9, 10 minute segments each with 2 minute response time followed by a discussion. The focus of the debate will be foreign and domestic policy. While there is a generation gap between the two, Ryan is known for being a numbers guy and Biden for not being afraid to say what he thinks.

Biden enters the ring with a 51% unfavorable view opposed to Ryan’s 44% favorability view, so Biden has to hit a homerun in order to boost his favorability. According to a similar poll, 40% believe that Representative Ryan will win the debate as opposed to the 34% who believe VP Biden will come away with a win. So what does VP Biden have to do to help the ticket? We ran it through our Spin Cycle and here is what they had to say (insert top of A link)

So with Biden and Ryan focused on prepping for tomorrow’s face-off President Obama and Mitt Romney are on the campaign trail. Today Mitt Romney continues through the swing state of Ohio as he tries to sway the voters  after a surge in the polls following last week’s debate performance. As  for the future, it could be anyone’s game. But everyone is putting their opinion into the ring as to what the President needs to do next Tuesday.

Challenges and expectations for the VP debate

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