Who won the 2008 presidential debate?
Initial CNN polling reported Obama won the debate overall by a margin of 51–38. A CBS poll of uncommitted voters shows Obama winning 39–24, with 37% of voters undecided.
How many Democratic debates were there in 2008?
There would be seven debates during 2008, four of which would be between the two survivors, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Who ran for Democratic President in 2008?
2008 Democratic Party presidential primaries
|Candidate||Barack Obama||Hillary Clinton|
|Home state||Illinois||New York|
|Contests won||33||23 (without MI and FL)|
What presidential candidates participated in the first televised debate?
The typical answer to that question is 1960, Kennedy v. Nixon. In fact, the first televised debate occurred four years earlier, when Democratic candidate Adlai Stevenson challenged incumbent Republican president Dwight Eisenhower—but those two men did not appear in the debate.
Who were the 2008 presidential candidates?
2008 United States presidential election
|Nominee||Barack Obama||John McCain|
|Running mate||Joe Biden||Sarah Palin|
Who ran for Pres in 2012?
Incumbent Democratic President Barack Obama and his running mate, incumbent Vice President Joe Biden, were re-elected to a second term. They defeated the Republican ticket of businessman and former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts and Representative Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.
Who did John F Kennedy run against?
1960 United States presidential election
|Nominee||John F. Kennedy||Richard Nixon|
|Running mate||Lyndon B. Johnson||Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.|
Who moderated the first presidential debate 2020?
September 29 presidential debate (Case Western Reserve University)
|Participants||Donald Trump Joe Biden|
|Footage||Fox News (lower bitrate), PBS (higher bitrate)|
|Moderator(s)||Chris Wallace of Fox News|
|Transcript||  |