DENVER (WIFR) -- Anticipation is building for tonight's first presidential debate.
Millions of viewers are expected to tune in to see President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney face off for the first time.
The pressure is on for Romney who needs a solid performance to try to overcome some rough poll numbers from battleground states. The focus this evening will be on the economy, healthcare, and other domestic issues. Both candidates are seasoned debaters. Romney participated in 19 debates during the primary alone, and the President can rely on his experience from 2008.
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