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At 9 p.m. eastern time, the Washington Post will start live-streaming the last presidential debate online on The Grid, where you can also follow along with live-blog context and analysis on our Election 2012 blog. Click below to join!

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To get you up to speed, here's a mini-recap of what the Fix has covered so far about the debate: Five ways the foreign policy face-off could be pivotal; how style (and massive amounts of prep) can trump substance; the incredible challenge of moderating the debates; and, of course, the eternal question of whether the debates matter at all. If you want to join in, use the hashtag #debates or #lynndebate.

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