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They notice stutters and sweats on the television screen as reasons not to vote for them rather than poor views on governmental issues. Televised presidential debates are supposed to add more contrast to the two candidate's contrast in the campaign politically, but sometimes they just define which candidate has better looks...
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Unfortunately, Many American people cast votes on physical appearance rather than the political skill that the candidate has. For example: In the 1960 Presidential debate between Vice President Richard Nixon and Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy was the first televised presidential debate. Unaware of the new medium of television, Vice-President Nixon did not wear make-up and had just gotten over a serious leg injury...
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