Some people expect stronger V.P. debate

Joe Biden and Paul Ryan debate for the first and only time this year Thursday night.


he men battling to be vice president face off in their one and only debate.




how many people will actually tune into the debate between
Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan?

University of Toledo student Bryson Fisher says he'll watch Thursday night and expects the gloves to come off between the candidates, "they're passive at first, but now it's time to vote and they need to show people what they can do for us, because we have a lot of things we need to improve on," says Fisher.


his meeting between
Biden and Ryan is crucial for both parties. Recent polls show the gap between the President and Mitt Romney just about tied in national polls and getting closer across Ohio.

Political watchers like Angela Simon think experience will be a factor, "I expect that Joe Biden will win because of his experience. A lot more than Paul Ryan that will show in this debate," says Simon.


xperience is something that's expected to give
Vice President Biden a slight edge in this debate.


here will be several watch parties analyzing the performance of both men.

Coverage of the debate begins Thursday night at 9:00 p.m. on WNWO. You can also watch live online at the link below.

debate beginning at 9PM ET.