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Carolyn Presutti
October 04, 2012 10:32 AM
Every four years, millions of Americans turn on their TV's to watch the major party candidates for president do battle. The televised presidential debates offer a chance for American voters to see them on the same stage. Modern debates are political theater -- part hype and part show business. VOA's Carolyn Presutti is in Denver, with the story on the customs and scene surrounding the first general election debate.

Presidential Debate Brings Political Theater to Denver

Published October 04, 2012

Every four years, millions of Americans turn on their TV's to watch the major party candidates for president do battle. The televised presidential debates offer a chance for American voters to see them on the same stage. Modern debates are political theater -- part hype and part show business. VOA's Carolyn Presutti is in Denver, with the story on the customs and scene surrounding the first general election debate.


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