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US Pres Debate: ‘Binders full of women’ and ‘Crowley corrects’ debate, How Women’s Issues Dominated the 2nd Debate

Obama and Romney court female voters during debate Huffington Post HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to appeal to female voters during the second presidential debate. Responding to a question about pay equity for women, Obama notes that the first piece of legislation he signed…

The ‘binders full of women’ and ‘Crowley corrects’ debate  Washington Post (blog) Tuesday’s town hall was not a cordial debate. President Obama appeared to have as much warm fellow-feeling for Mitt Romney as you have for anyone with Mitt Romney’s net worth who is trying to take your job in this economy. Mitt seemed to return the favor.

Who Won the Debate: How Women’s Issues Dominated the Presidential Debate … PolicyMic Who Won the Debate: How Women’s Issues Dominated the Presidential Debate, As Narrated in GIFs. Refresh Now · Sam Meier; in; Politics,; 2012 Elections; 4 hours ago. Tonight’s presidential debate at 9 p.m. EST promises to be as wild a ride as the first.

What they said in second presidential debate  The Associated Press An aggressive President Barack Obama scrapped with Republican Mitt Romney over terrorism, jobs, immigration and women’s issues in a feisty second presidential debate. A look at what they said: ___. LIBYA ATTACKS. Obama: “Secretary Clinton has done …

WATCH: Second Presidential Debate 2012: Obama on Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act ABC News Add to. Share Flag as inappropriate. Loading… Alert icon. Sign in or sign up now! Alert icon. Loading… Published on Oct 16, 2012 by ABCNews. Town Hall Debate 2012: Gov. Romney says he sought to staff his cabinet with women, supports flexible hours.

Obama brought up Planned Parenthood four times  The Hill (blog) President Obama brought up federal funding for Planned Parenthood four times in Tuesday’s debate, perhaps in a sign that he believes the issue can help him with female voters. Mitt Romney has been gaining ground with that crucial demographic since his …

Presidential Debate: Obama Looks to Win Back Women Voters ABC News  With new poll numbers showing his support receding among the women voters who had for so long been the anchor of his base, President Obama enters tonight’s town hall-style debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney at a campaign crossroads.

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