The third and final presidential debate between president Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney went down last night. Did you get to see it?

The showdown was hosted at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida and moderated by CBS’ Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer. Its focus was on foreign policy and the topics of debate included: America’s role in the world, our longest war in Afghanistan and Pakistan, where to draw the “red line” in Iran and Israel, the changing Middle East and the new face of terrorism (I and II) and the rise of China and tomorrow’s world.

In case you missed it, please watch it below!

Obama closed out the debate saying that he has a plan to bring manufacturing jobs back to the US, strengthen education and reduce the deficit by asking the “wealthy to do a little more.” He continued saying that we need to do some nation building and care for our veterans. “I promise that I will always listen to your voice and I will fight for your families,” said the POTUS.

In Romney’s closing statement, he said he wants to get the economy going and promised to create 12 million new jobs and get people off of food stamps.

Again, I believe Obama was well versed on this subject and totally out-shined Mitt Romney in this debate. Early voting is going on now, and I plan to vote this weekend. WE MUST VOTE people! It’s our only voice in this nation! VOTE VOTE VOTE!!!! #TeamObama