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A look ahead to the second presidential debate




US President Barack Obama (L) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney finish their debate at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, October 3, 2012. After hundreds of campaign stops, $500 million in mostly negative ads and countless tit-for-tat attacks, Obama and Romney go head-to-head in their debut debate.
US President Barack Obama (L) and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney finish their debate at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado, October 3, 2012. After hundreds of campaign stops, $500 million in mostly negative ads and countless tit-for-tat attacks, Obama and Romney go head-to-head in their debut debate.
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President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney face off for the second debate tomorrow night with national tracking polls showing a dead heat just three weeks until election day.

We'll check in on what the polls are saying with Molly Ball of The Atlantic. She currently has a piece in The Atlantic about why grannies love Paul Ryan.