President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will meet on stage again tonight at Long Island’s Hofstra University for a high- stakes rematch that could shape the outcome of this year’s election. The campaign landscape is significantly altered since the candidates’ first tete-a-tete in Denver Oct. 3. Obama has seen his lead in national and state polls evaporate in the wake of his poor performance that night, while Romney has gained new momentum, particularly in key battleground states.
With three weeks to go until Election Day, the stakes are high for both Obama and Romney tonight. Here’s what each candidate needs to do to win the night:
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