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Jeffrey Young
September 24, 2012 6:51 PM
Debates between the major political parties’ nominated presidential candidates have become a pre-election fixture in the United States. In this segment of "How America Elects," VOA's Jeffrey Young looks at the impact of these debates as Election Day in November approaches.

Presidential Debates Meant to Persuade Undecided Voters

Published September 24, 2012

Debates between the major political parties’ nominated presidential candidates have become a pre-election fixture in the United States. In this segment of "How America Elects," VOA's Jeffrey Young looks at the impact of these debates as Election Day in November approaches.


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