Three hours and five minutes, a dozen candidates, hundreds of points and counter-points.
Millions of eyes were focused, via CNN, on the heart of Ohio on Oct. 15 — specifically on Otterbein University and Westerville — during the fourth Democratic presidential debate.
Amid their common foe in Republican President Donald Trump, the candidates sparred back and forth, with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren a new target for jabs after pulling even or a bit ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden in the polls.
The reaction to the debate and its content was varied, depending on partisanship and issues.
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