President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney have arrived at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York, site of tonight's second 2012 presidential debate.
The two candidates will take part in a 90-minute town-hall debate focused on a variety of subjects. CNN's Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley will be the moderator.
Crowley will open the debate at 9:01 p.m. ET, fielding questions from the 82 uncommitted voters in the hall. Romney will have the first question. Each candidate will have two minutes to respond and then one minute for follow-up. Crowley will ask the follow-up questions. There will be approximately 12 to 15 questions asked by audience members. There will be no closing remarks. Both candidates will be seated and will be free to roam the stage.
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