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What do you want to hear at tonight's Presidential Debate?

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President Obama will face his challenger Mitt Romney face to face tonight. More than 40 million people are expected to watch the debate in Denver.

What do South Georgians want to hear from the candidates? The people we talked to say, it's all about the economy.

Candidates will focus on domestic issues. Every poll that we found had President Obama up by two or three points.

A pew research poll says voters expect Obama to win tonight's debate and win the presidency. However, other analysts say tonight is Mitt Romney's chance to prove himself.

Political strategists believe Romney will do better than what some think. The debate between the two will last for an hour and a half.

Tonight is Wine-down Wednesday in downtown Albany. You can watch the debate at Chill Bar and Lounge in downtown Albany.

You can also watch the debate starting at 9pm on WALB NBC or WALB ABC.

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