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McCain, Obama gear up for round 3 Wed. night

Citizen Staff Writer

Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona and Democratic Sen. Barack
Obama of Illinois are scheduled to face off Wednesday night in their
third and last presidential candidate debate.

The debate, scheduled to begin at 6 Tucson time at Hofstra
University, in Hempstead, N.Y., is supposed to focus on the economy and
domestic policy.

It will be broadcast live on KVOA-TV (Channel 4), KUAT-TV (6), KGUN-TV (9), KMSB-TV (11) and KOLD-TV (13).

You can also watch the debate live online at www.tucsoncitizen.com.

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