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Column: Obama and Romney battle to split decision after three rounds of debate

Column: Obama and Romney battle to split decision after three rounds of debate

Jonathan Andrade

November 7, 2012

President Barack “The Commander” Obama successfully defended his title against former Gov. Mitt Romney with an electoral count of 303-206 as of midnight Tuesday. The three-round championship bout between the two political heavyweights didn’t take as long as many expected despite the ever-im...

Obama and Romney face off in first presidential debate

Andrew Clark

October 3, 2012

President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney had a spirited debate Wednesday. The debate, sponsored by the Commission of Presidential Debates, took place at the University of Denver in Colorado. Moderator Jim Lehrer, anchor of PBS’ “NewsHour” tried to follow a format of 15 min...

Lecture on language of presidential elections brings insight on campaigns to CSUN

Gabrielle Moreira

September 28, 2012

Henry De Sio, Jr., former deputy assistant for President Obama, spoke before 200 people at the USU Grand Salon Thursday night about his experiences as chief operating officer of the Obama for America campaign in 2008. In his lecture, “How Language Will Shape the 2012 Election,” De Sio shared his...

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