This time around, both candidates will take questions in the form of a town meeting, in which citizens will grill the candidates on foreign and domestic issues.
Both candidates each have two minutes to respond, and an additional minute for the moderator to facilitate a discussion. The town meeting participants will be undecided voters selected by the Gallup Organization.
This debate will probably be the best of the three, considering that it’s live and anything can happen!
Will Romney sweat under the lights? Will Obama stumble when asked abut the economy?
It’s always a sight to see when politicians come face-to-face with potential voters. Remember back in 2008 when an elderly voter told McCain she doesn’t trust Obama because he’s an Arab? Hopefully nothing that drastic happens, but aren’t we secretly praying that it does?
Either way, take a look at some of the best moments between politicians and the good folks of America.
It’s sad that Rep. Barney Frank is leaving us, because we won’t get moments like this anymore.
Back in 2011 at a town hall meeting in Dartmouth, MA, a constituent asks, "Why are you supporting this Nazi policy?
Frank, always at his classiest, responds:
"On what planet do you spend most of your time?" He then calls her approach "vile, contemptible nonsense." He closes by saying: "Trying to have a conversation with you would be like arguing with a dining room table."
Ed Buck, a city council candidate, went head on with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie when he tried to get his voice heard during a campaign event.
Christie doesn’t play. Watch as the two go back and forth.
A year after taking office, President Obama was confronted by a weary supporter at a town hall meeting hosted by CNBC. She explained that she is tired of defending him. It was quite a wake up moment for the President. Take a look at how it all went down.
This may be the most classic interaction between a politician and a constituent. In 2007, at a University of Florida town hall forum, student Andrew Meyer is tasered and arrested after causing a disturbance, which featured Senator John Kerry.
It became an instant classic after the student uttered four words: “Don’t tase me bro!”
Anytime Newt Gingrich gets verbally attacked, it’s a good day in our book.
Earlier this year, when Newt was running for the Republican ticket for President, he was confronted by a voter who told him straight out: “You’re an embarrassment."
It was awkward, truthful, captivating and most of all, awesome! Watch and repeat.
The public will assault politicians, regardless if they're still in office.
Back in 2010, a guy who just had to voice his concerns to the former President, assaulted George H.W. Bush at a restaurant. It kinda sucked considering that the Senior Bush is 88 years old.