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Meghan McCain On Voting Day & Electoral Vote | Ora 2012 With Larry King

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Published on Oct 16, 2012

Republican blogger Meghan McCain says small states have an advantage & Ohio should be more important than California concerning votes. McCain would also like national voting day to be changed from Tuesday to weekend to make voting easier for all demographics of people.

Larry King analyzes second 2012 presidential debate with guests AXS TV anchor Dan Rather, Republican blogger Meghan McCain, Democratic comedian Margaret Cho, Democratic public relations expert Howard Bragman, and YouTube star & Obama impressionist Alphacat. They discuss President Barack Obama, Governor Mitt Romney, moderator Candy Crowley, foreign policy, & domestic policy.

The second 2012 presidential debate was hosted by Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York & moderated by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley. The debate was a town hall format covering issues including foreign & domestic policy.
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