Romney or Obama? Debate students decide

It's the 11th hour for American presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

Tuesday night Americans will decide if Obama will spend another four years in the White House, or if he needs to rent a U-Haul and move out.

Daybreak brought in two special debaters to determine who deserves to win the election.

Caitlin Orteza and Lane Barsi are both in Mrs. Taylor's speech and debate class at South Kamloops Secondary School.

They duke it out, debate style, with host Shelley Joyce.

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