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A lot of people might watch the vice presidential debate, but will it affect the race?

More Americans will likely watch Tuesday's vice presidential debate than watched the summer political conventions, President Obama’s final State of the Union address or even the last Oscars or clinching World Series game. That viewership, though, does not mean the match-up of Democratic Sen. Tim...
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