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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Convention #1029708

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 28, 2012
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(Convention: Diane Sawyer) The Republican National Convention featured; scenes shown of the official nomination of Mitt Romney.

(Convention floor: David Muir) The convention speeches by wife Ann Romney and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie previewed; scenes shown from the floor and the Romney plane; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll findings of Romney's favorability rating cited. [CHRISTIE - jokes.]

(Convention: Diane Sawyer) An exclusive ABC News interview held with Ann Romney. [On the convention floor, ROMNEY - talks about her coming speech with a TelePrompter and the advice from her husband; comments on the awesomeness of the event and getting updates about Tropical Storm Isaac; explains what having five sons taught her; recounts advice from her dying father.] Romney family photos shown.

(Convention: Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos) What Ann Romney has to do to give people a sense of who Mitt Romney is, how Romney is falling back with women while having the advantage with men, what Christie may do tonight and the significance of all the wood on the stage at the convention discussed.

(Convention: Diane Sawyer) Tonight's convention coverage previewed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Muir, David;
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