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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney #1029665

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 26, 2012
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(Studio: Lee Cowan) Mitt Romney shown in New Hampshire going to church before the convention.

(Boston: Jan Crawford) What Romney has to do at the convention with a later focus on the economy to convince voters he can lead outlined.

(Tampa: John Dickerson) How Romney has to convince the voters he can lead as president outlined.

(Studio: Lee Cowan) What Romney said about the critical Senate race in Missouri between Claire Mccaskill and Republican Representative Todd Akin, who lost his lead. [On Fox, ROMNEY - calls Akin's statement {about rape} outrageous.]

(Studio: Lee Cowan; Boston: Jan Crawford; Tampa: John Dickerson) How the Akin matter can affect Romney and the Republicans and what Ann Romney will say in her convention speech discussed.

Cowan, Lee;
Crawford, Jan;
Dickerson, John

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