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Who Won The Debate? (The Vice Presidential Edition)

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Who won the debate?

Joe Biden and Paul Ryan went head-to-head at the first and only vice presidential debate of the election season in Kentucky on Thursday night. There was no shortage of zingers and colorful language from the vice president, while Mitt Romney's running mate didn't hold back in taking aim at the White House.

Who do you think delivered the stronger performance in the political showdown? Vote below, and scroll down to see pictures from the event.

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Below, scenes from the debate.

Vice Presidential Debate
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