Elections

October 9, 2012 7:07 AM

Tiny Danville, Ky., is ready to host Biden-Ryan VP debate

When it hosted a vice presidential debate in 2000, this city of about 15,500 was the smallest to do so. When Danville hosts the 2012 vice presidential debate Thursday night, the city of about 16,200 still will be the smallest to host the nationally televised event.

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