(KCEN) -- The debate season is well underway, and up next is perhaps the most interesting of the three presidential debates we'll get to see.
This time, undecided voters will be asking the questions.
President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will face off in their second debate Tuesday.
This time, it's a town hall format, no podium just audience interaction.
Meaning, the candidates' style and body language can take on added weight.
Some say it's a format that could be good for the President.
Democratic strategist Maria Cardona says,"He will absolutely be able to draw from that energy from the energy of the public and the crowd."
Republican strategist Ana Navarro says, "One of his big challenges during this entire campaign has been not being able to connect with the common man, woman, and child. He's got to be able to come across as connecting, he's got to come across as genuine, as caring, as likeable."
And you can see the debate right here on KCEN, Tuesday night.