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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney #1030205

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 03, 2012
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.

(Kenner, Louisiana: Nancy Cordes) The political debate between the campaigns of President Obama and Mitt Romney over whether Americans are better off than they were 4 years ago examined. [In Toledo, OBAMA – tells auto workers he stood with American workers and manufacturing.] [From “Face the Nation,” Governor Martin O'MALLEY††- says people are not better off.] [Los Angeles Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA††- says we are better off.] [Vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN – says the president can’t tell you that you’re better off.] [Vice President Joe BIDEN – says Osama bin Laden is dead and General Motors is alive.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Charlotte, North Carolina: Bob Schieffer) What we will hear from the Democrats when their convention begins tomorrow and the Gallup poll findings on Romney’s likability since the Republican convention discussed.

Reporter(s):
Axelrod, Jim;
Cordes, Nancy;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:04:00

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