CINCINNATI -- Locals say they are tired of the presidential candidates personal attacks, and they want to hear more about the issues facing the country during Sunday night’s debate.
With less than a month until the election, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will go toe-to-toe in a town hall-style debate.
The debate carries an new dynamic, as headlines have filled the news on Trump’s lewd conversation about women in a 2005 behind the scenes conversation with Billy Bush.
The economy, national security, social security and welfare were among some of the topics locals said they were interested in hearing about Sunday night.
The University of Cincinnati is hosting a debate watch party at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at TUC Great Hall. There will be a panel discussion before and after the debate.