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In the end, however, both candidates are expected to keep the focus off themselves and on the credentials of their presidential running mates. Democrats are counting on Biden to make up lost ground after President Obama's lackluster performance in the first presidential debate last week. (Photo: Rick Wilking-Pool/Getty Images)
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