Students Anne Marie Van Casterin and Aura Cruz spoke about the experience of having the final presidential debate at their university. Foreign policy was the main subject of the debate, though the candidates also discussed the economy. Even before the debate ended the spin began, from Republicans such as New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte and Democrats such as Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
For Several Undecided Voters, Final Debate Makes Choice Clearer
A small panel of South Florida voters watched the final presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney at NBC 6. Lori Behrens said she wants to hear everything before making a decision. James Pierre was interested in the candidates' foreign policy toward Haiti, and Joshua Jones was focused on education.
"Romney definitely has the facts correct with a clear and (US) Constitutional vision and view for these United States. A strong foreign policy is as important as domestic policy. A re-election of the president will result in regional, at the least, war in the middle east. It may go much farther than that. Look at the last four years and see if this ship of state is sailing in the direction of peace, stability and prosperity. Mitt Romney showed knowledge, leadership and vision for the above," Mike Williams wrote.
Monday was the last appearance on stage together for Obama and Romney before the Nov. 6 election.