Maybe Debate Moderators Need Some Ideas for Questions on LGBT Issues?

There's just one more debate and it's supposed to be focused on foreign policy. Will there be no LGBT question this debate season?

BY Lucas Grindley

October 16 2012 11:40 PM ET

With the third debate of the election now over, LGBT voters are left facing the possibility none of their questions will get answered. Just one debate remains, and it's supposed to focus on foreign policy.

Jim Lehrer of PBS barely got a question in during the first debate. ABC News' Martha Raddatz asked a range of questions of the vice-presidential candidates, but none on LGBT issues, and then CNN's Candy Crowley selected questions from a town hall audience and threw in a few follow-ups without any LGBT issues coming up.

But it's not like there is a dearth of good questions. Ahead of the start of Tuesday's debate, we asked our Twitter followers for a few of their burning questions. Here's some of what LGBT readers suggested asking if they had been part of the town hall audience selected by Gallup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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