All eyes are on
It's a big night for President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Millions will be watching as these two battle it out, issue after issue.
It's the first time voters can see the two side by side talking about the same issues. According to Dr. Jane Elmes-Crahall, Professor of Communication Studies at
She believes tonight isn't for liberals or conservatives but for those in the middle who are questioning whether they want to even participate at all in November.
Dr. Elmes-Crahall says most voters have already made up their minds at this point, but according to her research, young voters are losing interest and the candidates need to remind them tonight there are issues that directly impact them.
Dr. Elmes-Crahill says her advice to everyone watching tonight; immediately after the debate is over turn off your TV and analyze everything on your own before you listen to any commentary from experts that could sway you one way or another.