1. UofNH
    RT @MaireadDunphy: #UNHdebatewatch in union court of the mub @ Memorial Union Building http://instagr.am/p/Q3QOHbD5Bu/ #UNHPolitics

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 17:31:46
  2. Journalists and pols gather at #unh for a “social debate” – conversation before debate watching. Follow along on #nhdebatewatch
    Tue, Oct 16 2012 17:32:13
  3. A panel of local journalists and UNH students discussed the impact of social networking on the election before the debates started.
  4. ShelbyLefebvre
    Decent crowd at UNH. #nhdebatewatch http://pic.twitter.com/Dr7D96VD

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:48:43
  5. Obama’s and Romney’s bickering seemed to draw more attention from the crowd than any actual arguments. Romney in particular drew the most reaction – for better or for worse – from the crowd.
  6. NHPatch
    Those watching the debate here at @UofNH are loving this exchange between Romney and Obama. #nhdebatewatch #unhpolitics

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:19:51
  7. NHPatch
    Some Dems here at @UofNH chuckling at “I came through small business” comment from Romney. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:48:27
  8. NHPatch
    Obama’s “Governor, you’re the last person who’s going to get tough on China,” remark draws laughs here at @UofNH #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:51:09
  9. NHPatch
    Crowd here at @UofNH snickering as Romney and Obama try to talk over each other. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:06:59
  10. NHPatch
    Obama’s “I don’t look at my pension — it’s not as big as yours” quip draws the loudest laugh of the night here at @UofNH

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:08:04
  11. NHPatch
    “Can you say that a little louder, Candy?” comment from Obama draws applause at @UofNH #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:16:46
  12. NHPatch
    I love the “repeating the same phrase over and over again” debate/campaign speech tactic. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:54:31
  13. KattyKayBBC
    So far both Romney and Obama are arguing with each other more than they are answering the audience’s questions.

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:24:58
  14. ShelbyLefebvre
    How many minutes have Romney and Obama spent interrupting each other? #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:06:53
  15. Mitt Romney particularly struck a chord with women in the crowd when he related gun violence to single motherhood, and through his “binders full of women” comments.
  16. meg_heckman
    How did we just get from assault weapons to marriage? #nhdebatewatch #unhpolitics #debates

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:22:10
  17. meg_heckman
    Tonight’s version of fake Big Bird Twitter accounts: @BindersofWomen #unhpolitics #nhdebatewatch #tweethumor

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:00:17
  18. Eastiemom
    RT @deanbarker: My single mom causes gun violence? #BleedingVotes #NHDebateWatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:32:47
  19. There was no clear winner in the crowd’s eyes. The debate was widely regarded as a failure from Obama and Romney’s incessant arguing to what was perceived as moderator Candy Crowley’s bias towards President Obama.
  20. SpradNH
    This is all very disjointed #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:17:45
  21. StevePoschmann
    Do we now have enough on Candy Crowley to run her out of town? #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:25:29
  22. bldrnr69
    Did Candy just tell POTUS he was right? Anyone else hear that??? #nhdebatewatch #debate

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:25:46
  23. EdKarjala
    Candy caves to Obama yet again #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:26:17
  24. OutofNH
    Disappointed in Candy. Thought she was a more objective, credible journalist. #cnndebate #nhdebatewatch [

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:29:46
  25. StevePoschmann
    I don’t see this as a clear Obama win. He is more feisty but no knock out. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:27:58
  26. NHRepRichardson
    Basically this #debate will be considered a draw just like the Ryan/Biden debate. Both energetic and ready. No killer blow #NHDebateWatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:31:41
  27. Philip_Boynton
    Debate’s a draw with a slight edge for Romney. Media will say Obama won. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:32:25
  28. StevePoschmann
    It was a draw. No clear winner. Romney tried to draw blood on Libya and others but was not 100% successful. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:35:15
  29. StevePoschmann
    Obama came out swinging and tried to act tough. Performed better than the first debate but did not win. #nhdebatewatch

    Tue, Oct 16 2012 19:36:14
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Tonight’s debate will be moderated by Jim Lehrer, Executive Editor of the PBS NewsHour. The 90-minute debate will be broken up into six segments of 15 minutes on topics chosen by the moderator, where each candidate is given two minutes to answer the moderator’s question. The six segments will be: Three segments on the economy, health care, the role of government, and governing (via Commission on Presidential Debates).

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