Politics & Government

July 25, 2012 4:36 PM

Format set for vice presidential debate at Centre College

When the two candidates for vice president meet at Centre College in Danville this fall, they will address foreign and domestic topics divided into nine time segments of 10 minutes each, according to the format released Wednesday by the non-partisan Commission on Presidential Debates.

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