AP NATIONAL COVERAGE: A recharged Obama, Mitt Romney tangle in bare-knuckle duel. Now . . . what's been the effect?
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President Obama and Mitt Romney spar during Tuesday night's presidential debate.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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