TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - An upcoming debate features both republican and democrat Presidential candidates.
The debate Wednesday night focuses on domestic issues.
The nations debt, health care, and the economy are sure to be key talking points.
Both President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney will answer questions, and both will be in the spotlight with voters looking for a clear picture of the future.
"With political fact checking and some websites out there now to help with it, we get a better sense of holding candidates accountable for what they say and the evidence they provide to their arguments," explained ISU Professor Matt Bergbower.
If you'd like to see the debate, it'll be on News 10 and MyFox10 on Wednesday, October 2, at 9/8 central.
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