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What One Question Would You Ask the Presidential Candidates?

What if you had the chance to deliver one questions to the candidates?

Tuesday night's town hall presidential debate at Hofstra University differs from the others in that it delineates a more limited role for the debate moderator.

Instead, questions aimed at President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney will be driven by audience members, mostly undecided voters who live on Long Island

Patch wants to know if you had the opportunity to ask the candidates one question - what would it be?  

Full Day One Coverage of the Hofstra Debate:

Concernedmom October 17, 2012 at 04:30 PM
Our best students who would help us compete against rest of the world in science, math, etc. are being forced to go to community colleges and state universities because of $30,000 to $60,000 costs to go to best private schools. If the government cannot control cost of top private colleges, then they should offer alternative government run universities that support these elite students based on merit and not family income. Why is the answer to middle class families state/community college or enormous loans, work study, and limited scholarships or even worse, having to settle for manufacturing jobs??? Both candidates conveniently skirted this issue. Access to the "best" education should be equal in this country, not just access to an education.
Rob October 17, 2012 at 06:09 PM
Mr. president why should we beleive anythihg you say now since you did not do at least half the things you said you were going to do when you ran the first time?
Paul Hartz October 26, 2012 at 12:41 AM
When the leadership of the Republician Congress states publically two years ago that their highest priority is to defeat Obama rather than attempt to deal with the massive problems facing the country, two things are clear ; one, the party comes before the people and whatever agenda Obama was intending, jobs bill etc. was going to stop in Congress. Obstruction is not Leadership.

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