About this Event
On September 29, presidential candidates took the stage for their first debate — a pivotal moment to sway undecided voters. Debates offer candidates a platform to present their stance on a range of policy issues, appeal to voters on a personal level, and ultimately share their vision of the United States. This year’s debates offered a critical opportunity for both candidates to connect with American voters given COVID-19’s disruption of traditional campaigning. But the success, or failure, of each candidate goes far beyond their response to each question. Todd Graham as he explained and critiqued candidates’ past techniques and provided insight on what to look out for during the first presidential debate.