On the 50th anniversary of the night Kennedy told the country the Soviets had sent missiles to Cuba, Obama and Romney squared off on foreign policy. The debate, which mostly focused on the medley of complications in the Middle East, featured some of the closest agreement between the candidates but some of the harshest criticisms of each other.
The debate was unique: Obama and Romney frequently agreed on the issues. Still, the two took shots at each other when the opportunity presented itself. And Obama found inspiration in otherwise tame material like the size of the Navy to toss off some of harshest sound bites against Romney.
After hearing the candidates discuss the Middle East, Chinese tires and the mystery of what aircraft carriers are used for, polls find a slight majority of viewers more convinced by Obama.
This was the last debate, meaning we're in the home stretch. In some states, voting has even begun. So now's your opportunity to make your voice heard and to help decide the election by voting.