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Hillary Clinton's name is misspelled on the ticket for tonight's debate

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Hillary Clinton's name is misspelled on the ticket for tonight's debate

Hofstra University students who won passes to Monday's presidential debate were surprised to find Hillary Clinton's name misspelled on the ticket.

The typo left the Democratic party nominee with only one "l" in her first name instead of two, spelling it as "Hilary", not "Hillary".

The official tickets did not include the candidates' names.

A spokesman for the Commission on Presidential Debates told the New York Times the misspelling only occurred on commemorative tickets and not on the official ones.

Hillary Clinton's name is misspelled on the ticket for tonight's debate
Hillary Clinton's name is misspelled on the ticket for tonight's debate

350 Hofstra University Students Win Tickets to Attend Presidential DebateWhile millions watch the first presidential debate on TV, a lucky 300 Hofstra University students will get the chance to watch the debate live.

"These were souvenir tickets and they will be reprinted", Schuster said.

The tickets were issued to the 350 students.

Hofstra was chosen to host the debate after Wright State University in suburban Dayton, Ohio, backed out, citing rising security costs. "We will reprint them".

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