President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will face-off once again in the second Presidential debate at New York's Hofstra University. The economy is expected to take center stage as was the case in the first debate which most observers said was a win for the Republican challenger saying Mr. Obama seemed ill-prepared.


A small group of 80 in the audience tonight will have the chance to ask questions on domestic issues and foreign policy.  The Obama campaign says the president will go after what it says are inconsistencies in Romney's tax policy. The broadcast is set to begin at 6pm on KAST 1370 AM and on line at

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