Updated 10/16/2012 04:58 PM
Obama and Romney to take part in town hall-style debate
Tonight voters will get to ask their questions directly to President Barack Obama and GOP nominee Mitt Romney. This second presidential debate is town hall style and will be held on Long Island. Josh Robin is on the Hofstra University campus with a preview of tonight's event.
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NEW YORK -- President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney will meet on Long Island tonight for their second presidential debate. The candidates will take questions on domestic and foreign policy from the audience in the town hall-style debate at Hofstra University.
Eighty uncommitted voters selected by the Gallup polling organization have submitted questions to moderator Candy Crowley from CNN. She is the first female moderator of a presidential debate in two decades.
The 90-minute debate gets underway tonight at 9 p.m. YNN will carry the debate live on air and on the web.