Patch Is Collecting Questions For The Next Presidential Debate

If you have a question for the candidates, submit it in the comments section below and it could be asked during the televised Oct. 16 Town Hall Presidential Debate.

If last week’s presidential debate left you with more questions than answers, here’s your chance to ask the presidential candidates about the issues that most matter to you.

The next presidential debate will be a town hall meeting format at Hofstra University in Long Island, where voters will ask President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney about domestic and foreign policy.

Patch is asking you, our readers, to participate by submitting questions for the candidates.

All you have to do is post your question in the comments section below and we’ll send it to the Commission on Presidential Debates. The commission is partnering with Patch's parent company Aol, along with Google and Yahoo, to take questions from web users across the country.

Don’t wait until Nov. 6 to have a say in this year’s election. Share your thoughts in the comments!

Glenn Meyer October 09, 2012 at 04:43 PM
This is a question for both candidates: Do you understand what it means to be poor in this country? If your answer is yes, please support your answer with experience from your own life.
Mona October 09, 2012 at 05:08 PM
Why did my post show up under the poll for voting method? Another question for Romney: Mr Romney, you said that if elected the first thing you would do is eliminate Obamacare and replace it with a better health care law. How would it be better, and would it include allowing insurance companys to deny insurance to those with pre existing conditions or to charge more for insuring them?
James Nelson October 09, 2012 at 05:34 PM
Hey Mona, Wanna see REAL History be made? Check out this Fruit loop preparing to be the first Human to free fall from the Edge of Space (120,000 Feet) http://www.redbullstratos.com/live/
David October 09, 2012 at 05:39 PM
27) Given that ObamaCare is estimated to reduce the "uninsured" from 45M to still over 30M over 10 years, at a cost of $1.76 Trillion, wouldn't it be more cost effective to just give those 15M newly insured people $12,500 each to buy their own health insurance and not build out a costly, burdensome federal regulatory apparatus?
David Mills October 09, 2012 at 05:42 PM
Hello, all: Thank you for all the questions. We are closing off comments as the deadline for submitting them is now upon us.


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