Presidential Debate Reactions 2012: Women Discuss On Twitter Huffington Post After most polls declared Mitt Romney the clear “winner” of the first debate of the 2012 presidential election, the pressure was on President Obama to deliver a stellar performance during the candidates’ second face-off on October 16. The town hall-style debate was also an opportunity for the candidates to address issues neither had the first time around, namely reproductive rights, the pay gap and access to contraception.
‘Walmart Moms’ Say Obama Won Second Debate, But Not by Much KKOH In a bipartisan focus group conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Momentum Analysis and sponsored by Walmart, a group of undecided female voters were asked to vote for who they thought won the second presidential debate on Tuesday.
Romney: Turning Back the Clock on Equal Pay Huffington Post After the first Presidential debate, Governor Romney slashed President Obama’s lead with women likely voters in swing states. A Gallup poll had the two candidates effectively tied, with Obama at 48 percent and Romney at 47 percent. After last night, I …
Obama, Romney woo women in debate The Hill (blog) President Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney used words referencing “women” thirty times in their second debate, as both candidates sought to win over female voters in the run up to election day.Contrast that with the paltry attention paid to the other half of the human race: The candidates used the word “men” five times, and three of those were in relation to a question about equal pay for women.
Obama and Romney appeal to female voters during second … Washington Post HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are trying to appeal to female voters during the second presidential debate.