All Politics are Local
Nearly 100 Centre Students Get Tickets for Debate
Danville City Hall is festooned with red-white-and-blue bunting. The debate hall has been checked for lighting and sound. And downtown merchants have decorated their windows. It's game day for Centre College and Danville as they host their second vice presidential debate in a dozen years. On Wednesday, the eve of the nationally televised debate between Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, people in the city and on campus said they were eagerly anticipating their night in the spotlight.