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Lots of excitement here tonight as the MSU democrats gather to watch president Obama take on Governor Mitt Romney and after watching the debate, many of the students here say it's clear President Obama deserves another four years.
Stephen Wooden, MSU Democrat: "He's always had this direct connection to the people in a way that I think reinforces his convictions."
Chris Choury, Supports President Obama: "I just think that he has a better idea of what he's going to do."
Katie Canschoick, MSU Student: "I feel with Mitt Romney I'm very confused about what he's talking about, I feel like he's kinda flip flopped a lot, I don't really understand what he's talking about. his policies on economic, I feel like they don't really make sense."
Laila Makled, MSU Democrat: "Governor Romney is kind of very ambiguous, he has given us multiple plans and taken back many of the things he's said in the past."
Victoria Lacasse, Supports President Obama: "President Obama has been making more intelligible points."
While they liked what they heard, many of the students say this is just the beginning, they're looking forward to the next two debates as well.
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