First presidential debate at the University of Denver is expected to draw thousands

Whether you are a Republican or Democrat, it's hard to contest with the fact that this presidential election is going to be close. Amidst all the mudslinging, interviews and appearances, Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have put up a good campaign that is going to be attention-grabbing until the very end.

And perhaps the most exciting culmination of this election season are bound to be the presidential debates. On October 3, the first of three will take place at the University of Denver from 9 to 10:30 p.m. The topic of conversation will be something that both men have very different views on: domestic policy.

Executive editor of PBS' "Newshour" Jim Lehrer will launch thought-provoking questions at Romney and Obama over the course of six segments, each of which are divided into 15 minutes. After the question is asked, each candidate will have two minutes to respond.

Political enthusiasts will gather inside Magness Arena, inside the Daniel L. Ritchie Center for Sports and Wellness. Because of the fact it is 80,000 square feet and can seat anywhere from 5,500 to 8,000 people, it's the perfect venue for the first debate.

Of course, there's no doubt that this event is going to draw thousands of people. If you're lucky enough to have a ticket, you shouldn't trouble yourself trying to drive to the arena and find a parking spot. Instead, use service that specializes in transportation for special events like Hermes Worldwide. Whether you choose to be driven around in one of the company's luxury limousines or a luxury SUV, you can rest assured that the convenience and ease of door-to-door service will help make the debate that much more enjoyable.

First presidential debate at the University of Denver is expected to draw thousands