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1:26pm

Tue October 16, 2012
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JUST ONE QUESTION: Education Tops Antioch Listener's Concerns

U.S. Dept. of Education

WASHINGTON (AP/WMOT) — The stakes are high tonight as President Barack Obama faces off against Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the second of three presidential campaign debates.

The meeting will take place on the campus of Hofstra University in New York. Undecided voters attending the debate will get a chance to ask the night’s questions.

WMOT is asking Tennesseans what one question they would ask the candidates if given the chance. Today we hear from Scott Smith. Smith lives in Antioch and works retail sales in Murfreesboro.

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12:07pm

Mon October 15, 2012
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JUST ONE QUESTION: ACLU Director Asks About Voter ID Laws

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Ahead of tomorrow night’s second presidential debate, Lipscomb University is offering voters a chance to discuss the tensions between free speech and civility.

The Lipscomb forum will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday evening. Participants will then get a chance to watch the debate together.

As the campaign debate season continues, WMOT is asking Tennesseans what one question they would ask the candidates if given the chance.  Today we hear from Hedy Weinberg, director of the Tennessee chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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12:12pm

Wed October 3, 2012
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JUST ONE QUESTION: Gera Summerford, Tenn. Education Assoc.

TEA President Gera Summerford
TEA

DENVER (AP) — The first of three presidential debates takes place tonight in Denver.

The televised face-off between President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney is a chance for voters to size up two fierce competitors, just five weeks before Election Day.

WMOT News is asking Tennesseans what one question they would ask the candidates if given the chance. Today, a question from Gera Summerford, president of Tennessee’s largest Teacher’s Union,.

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6:05pm

Tue October 2, 2012
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JUST ONE QUESTION: Chris Sanders, Tenn. Equality Project

WASHINGTON (AP) — Barak Obama and presidential challenger Mitt Romney are spending the day preparing for their first debate, scheduled for Wednesday night.

President Barack Obama is in Henderson, Nev., for a strategy run-through ahead of the debate in Denver.

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is set to spend most of Tuesday in debate prep at a Denver hotel.

As the debate season gets underway, WMOT News is asking Tennesseans what one question they would ask the candidates if given the chance.

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