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President Barack Obama encouraged those who attended his "America Forward!" stop in Tampa to vote for him.
Those who favor the Republican presidential candidate were at the University of South Florida campus for Monday’s debate and a Temple Terrace bar afterward.
A political science professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg says he expects to see Mitt Romney up against Barack Obama come election time.
Although they hurled personal attacks at each other, Republican presidential candidates seemed to have similar ideas on decreasing foreclosures.
Small groups of pro and anti-Republicans are breaking into song on the University of South Florida campus.
Supporters and protesters alike are gathered on the University of South Florida campus for tonight's debate.
All four Republican presidential candidates have said they will participate at Monday’s debate at USF.
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