We're live blogging tonight's debate, offering opinion and analysis from both sides. The debate season wraps up this evening in Boca Raton, Fla. with the third and final debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. This time they'll be focusing on national security and foreign policy. The GOP nominee was the winner of the first debate by acclaim, and that victory propelled him into a lead in the polls. With President Obama having won the second debate according to the instant polls, the race seems to have stabilized again as a virtual dead heat in the horse race with the president retaining a narrow edge in key swing states.
We've assembled a strong bipartisan team drawn from our Thomas Jefferson Street politics blog and our World Report foreign policy blog. Click on the link below and GOP strategist Ron Bonjean; former Bush 41 speechwriter Mary Kate Cary; the Foreign Policy Initiative's Patrick Christy; GOP strategist Boris Epshteyn; the Marshall Institute's Daniel Gallington; the National Security Network's Heather Hurlburt; former U.S. ambassador Philip Hughes; former Reagan speechwriter Clark Judge; the Foreign Policy Association's Robert Nolan; GOP strategist Ford O'Connell; former Clinton speechwriter Paul Orzulak; U.S. News contributing editor Peter Roff; U.S. News managing editor Robert Schlesinger; and the Foreign Policy Initiative's Robert Zarate.
Here's the link to the live blog—check it out and enjoy.
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