First observation: Steele wins the tie selection contest– he thought to wear Ravens colors on game day.
UPDATE: Steele aced the first half — both candidates can talk credibly about the issues, but Steele is simply a more likable guy. But he faltered when it came to social issues, where his moral convictions put him to the right of the voters he’s wooing; he stuttered his way through the embryonic stem cell questions and sounded a bit muddled on abortion. So do undecided voters switch the channels at the commercial break, or do they tune in late?
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