CAPITO: I'm Shelley Moore Capito, a freshman senator from West Virginia. Kelly lead a senators who visited Guantanamo Bay to see firsthand what's going on down there and what we think the future of that facility should be. And we agree - we need to keep the terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. I don't want to see them on the shore, inherit a lot of the legal rights that our forefathers and many of you have fought for in this audience. We're going to fight this one, too.
AYOTTE: I said this when I ran, and I'll say it again: No terrorist should hear the words, "You have the right to remain silent." If we don't fully interrogate these terrorists and find out what they know, then how do we protect America? There is so much at stake in this election. And these are the things that I am fighting for, to make sure that our country is safe and secure.