(KCEN) -- Tonight is the second of three presidential debates before November's election.
You can expect a much more interactive set tonight and both candidates saying they're ready.
Aides are saying the President will bring up Mitt Romney's vague tax math and of course, the 47 percent comment.
Romney's sure to bring up the administration's handling on Libya, initially calling the deaths of four Americans there part of a riot, not a terrorist attack.
The debate set will be a town hall format, with questions from the audience and the candidates, pushing their own agendas.
Vice Presidential Nominee Paul Ryan said, "These debates are giving us the ability to cut through the clutter and give people a very clear choice."
Reuters' Daily Tracking Poll still has President Obama ahead by two points, essentially a tie.