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What did Northeast Ohio voters think of the vice presidential debate?

3News' Dave DeNatale brought back three panelists from our previous Zoom Debate room to talk about what was said by Mike Pence and Kamala Harris.

CLEVELAND — On Wednesday night, incumbent Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris squared off in the first and only vice presidential debate of the 2020 election.

The role of the vice president of the United States is taking on a significance we have never seen due to the fact that on January 20, 2021, America will inaugurate the oldest president in its history. That fact, plus President Trump's recent COVID-19 diagnosis, brought a lot of attention on Wednesday's debate at Salt Lake City. 

With that in mind, we decided to bring back some of the members of last week's presidential debate Zoom room that was moderated by Tiffany Tarpley and yours truly for another discussion. I was so pleased to welcome back Biden voters Michael Carr and Shari Nacson, along with Zahi Abi Younes, who is leaning towards voting for President Trump. 

The four of us talked about what we witnessed in the debate between Sen. Harris and Vice President Pence, plus the importance of health in this election, and the reaction that each of them had when they found out that President Trump and the First Lady had tested positive for coronavirus. 

You can watch our conversation in the player below: