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Keeping up with the campaign

Despite our best intentions, I know we all miss the presidential debates. I always put them on my schedule but life inevitably gets in the way, so I miss seeing what the candidates are bickering about this week. So where do we go to find information outside of the 2.5 minute wrap up from Candy Crawley?

My new favorite resource is the Time.com Scorecard. This photo essay grades each candidate on his/her debating, appearance, and composure among other attributes. While it does not outline every point made, it does highlight every candidate who participated; this in and of itself sets it apart from other reports which emphasize the front runner’s performance only. These reports are fun to peruse to see the changes in “grades” between candidates as well as an individual’s debating throughout their campaign.

There have to be other places to find out the latest information from the debate trail. Any suggestions?

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  1. Johan Sandstrom, November 19, 2007 at 2:01 p.m.

    Other sources?
    Try this source for the locals maybe.
    In reply to your lines: "There have to be other places to find out the latest information from the debate trail. Any suggestions?"

    WhiteRockReporter.com
    could possibly be for you. A Canadian 'elecronic News and Social Magazine
    Best of luck.
    johanpublisher@gmail.com

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