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Mike Pence and Tim Kaine (remember them?) to face off in vice presidential debate

Tim Kaine and Mike Pence have not been the most attention-grabbing vice presidential nominees in recent history, to say the very least. So their debate Tuesday night may be something of an introduction even to people who watched their convention speeches in July—a “hey, there’s that guy we spent a night making dad jokes about” moment when it comes to Kaine and an “oh, right, the Republican central casting sent to Trump to make his ticket look serious” moment for Pence.
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