LDVideo #GE2010 #GoNick – Nick anticipates tonight’s televised debate. But how are we all feeling?

Today’s election campaign has been something of a rest-day for the leaders, with no major set-piece launches or interviews, as all three focus on tonight’s televised leaders’ debate. The preparations have dominated the political news all day, with intense speculation about who’ll win, and indeed whether anybody will win.

In the two video clips below, Nick Clegg speaks about how he’s feeling ahead of the biggest night of his political life. But how are LDV’s readers feeling? Excited, nervous; both, neither?

Clegg on debate preparations – Nick Clegg has spoken about his nerves and how he has been preparing for the prime ministerial TV debate.

Clegg: ‘I’ve got to enjoy debates’ – The Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has been speaking about his preparations for the forthcoming TV leader debates.

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