CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- A few hours before tonight's presidential debate, former North Carolina Senator John Edwards and Delaware Senator Joe Biden showed up at a Charleston park.
Edwards also threw a fluorescent football with his seven-year-old son, who was playing in the park's fountain.
The candidate says he's looked at a few of the questions he may face tonight. They are posted on YouTube.
Biden says he hasn't seen any of the potential questions that will be aired during the debate at The Citadel.
One funny moment at the park.
Biden walked over to the fountain to shake Edwards' hand and found Edwards signing an autograph.
So Biden asked for one as well.
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