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Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his (Credit: Newsday / Heather Walsh)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his home in North Woodmere. Epstein asked the first question in the second presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney at Hoftsra University. (Oct. 17, 2012)

Jeremy Epstein

Photos of Jeremy Epstein, an Adelphi University student who asked the first question of the second presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his
(Credit: Newsday / Heather Walsh)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his home in North Woodmere. Epstein asked the first question in the second presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney at Hoftsra University. (Oct. 17, 2012)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his
(Credit: Newsday / Heather Walsh)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, at his North Woodmere home. (Oct. 17, 2012)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, of North
(Credit: Newsday / Heather Walsh)

Adelphi University student Jeremy Epstein, 20, of North Woodmere, with his credentials from the second presidential debate, which was at Hofstra University on Tuesday. (Oct. 17, 2012)

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Jeremy Epstein, 20, an Adelphi University student from
(Credit: Newsday / Heather Walsh)

Jeremy Epstein, 20, an Adelphi University student from North Woodmere, displays the question he asked Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney during the second presidential debate Tuesday at Hofstra University. (Oct. 17, 2012)

Jeremy Epstein, 20, of North Woodmere, an Adelphi
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Jeremy Epstein, 20, of North Woodmere, an Adelphi University student and uncommitted voter who asked Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney about securing a job after graduation durng the second presidential debate, is seen on Romney's left, wearing a purple tie.

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