Final Presidential Debate 2012: Polls Show Candidates Even

Matthew Dowd discusses the foreign policy debate between the president and Mitt Romney.
3:00 | 10/23/12

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Congressman ryan, thanks for coming in. The view of the campaign. Let's look at this with matthew dowd. And I wonder, matthew, you've given the last two debates to president obama. But over the course of the three debates, governor romney established himself as a credible candidate. We're now even. We've had three roun it's been mixed. The number of punches thrown. Now, it goes to the score cards that the judges have. There's about 500,000 judges out there. Only 500,000 judges. What's the one thing you're looking for in the last two weeks? I think how they motivate their troops and what they do with that. Keep in mind, one thing we don't know. There's probabng to be an unexpected event that could turn this race in the very end. It's happened before a number of times. Look for an unexpected event or moment in this campaign. It happens all the time. Thank you very much. The rest of the top stories

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