Undecided Voter Panel Comes Away From Debate With New OpinionsWednesday night's presidential debate in Denver was largely aimed at all those undecided voters who are left.
After Debate, Obama Stays In Denver For RallyPresident Barack Obama is staying in Denver a little longer than his Republican opponent. He's set to speak at a rally at Sloan's Lake Thursday morning.
Presidential Debate Skips Talk On Gun ViolenceThe Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence says the presidential candidates missed an opportunity to address guns in their debate at the University of Denver.
Obama, Romney Clash On Economy In First Debate In a showdown at close quarters, President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney sparred aggressively in their first campaign debate Wednesday night over taxes, deficits and strong steps needed to create jobs in a sputtering national economy. "The status quo is not going to cut it," declared the challenger.
Beauprez Surprised By President's 'Befuddlement'Former Congressman Bob Beauprez came out of the presidential debate at the University of Denver surprised by what he saw as a lack of focus and preparation by the president.
Denver Survives Presidential Debate CrushPolitical buffs and young people looking for free T-shirts crowded the University of Denver campus Wednesday to watch the first debate between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney on large outdoor screens.
Hickenlooper: Romney, Obama Battled To A DrawWhen 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.
Winning A Debate Could Can Come Down To A Single ExchangeBoth 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.