Monday, September 20, 2004

Kerry Wins The Debate Debate

Bush, Kerry Tentatively Settle on 3 Debates
The campaigns of President Bush and Sen. John F. Kerry have tentatively settled on a package of three face-to-face debates that both sides view as a potentially decisive chance to sway huge audiences ahead of the Nov. 2 election, Democrats and Republicans said yesterday.

Initially Bush was trying to blow off the third presidential debate, but now it looks like his bid has failed. Details about the three debates still have to be worked out so it isn't quite a sure thing yet. Having more debates are likely to benefit John Kerry since the polls indicate that George W. Bush is probably in the lead and the debates provide Kerry with an opportunity to change the direction of the race.


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