Denver Presidential Debate
When it comes to judging the debate in Denver on Wednesday night, Colorado’s governor thought President Barack Obama and Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney battled to a draw.
Both President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney prepared for Wednesday’s debate for months with coaches and mock sparring partners. In some past debates, winning came down to a single exchange — one zinger or one blunder.
There were at least three scheduled protests during the presidential debate Wednesday night and demonstrators told 4 On Your Side Investigator Rick Sallinger they weren’t planning on staying in the designated area set aside by law enforcement.
Going into the first presidential debate many say Barack Obama has the edge and many say Mitt Romney has the edge, but most everybody at the University of Denver believes the school has the edge.
Republicans and Democrats have been lining up trying to create low expectations of their candidates so they can call the first debate a win.
The Colorado Republican Party is excited about the opportunity for the presidential debate, not only because it’s taking place in Denver but also because it will put Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the spotlight.
Final preparations are under way at the University of Denver for Wednesday’s presidential debate and the campus can’t be more excited.
The former press secretary for the Clinton Administration has some predictions for the outcome of the presidential debate at the University of Denver. She believes this is the opportunity for the candidates to show their true colors.
At least three groups are planning protests surrounding the presidential debate at the University of Denver on Wednesday. They don’t plan to utilize a specified area cordoned off specifically for them.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said the presidential debate at the University of Denver will put the Mile High city in the spotlight across the world.