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January 29, 2015

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How Nevadans viewed the presidential debate: A story told on Twitter

Today, everyone can be an armchair pundit, broadcasting their views to the world. And tonight's presidential debate offered armchair pundits across Nevada a chance to vent their spleen. From rather inane comments on the appearance of Obama's head or Romney's nose to more insightful commentary on the candidates' performances, Nevadans had a lot to say. Here's a look at how Nevadans used social media to tell the story of tonight's debate.

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