Presidential candidates meet in final debate
Mitt Romney and President Obama met Oct. 22 in the third and final presidential debate Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The two presidential candidates sat side by side last night in the third and final presidential debate.
They talked about foreign policy strategy and America's role in the world. And, although they were civil for the most part, there was at least one point when the debate became a little heated.
The candidates started on the topic of Libya but sped past that subject into broader Middle East policy.
And, as expected, the candidates drifted from foreign policy to the number one issue on voter's minds -- the economy.
Both candidates still have about two weeks to convince voters to side with them.