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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 09, 2012
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(Studio: David Muir) The shift in the Gallup Poll of the standings in the presidential election campaign between President Obama and Mitt Romney after the convention outlined on screen.

(White House: David Kerley) Romney's modified position on Obamacare and health care reform examined; details given about his own plan versus Obama's plan. [ROMNEY - comments on health care.] [In Florida, OBAMA - defends health care and comments on the Romney-Ryan voucher plan.] [At the convention, Secretary of State Hillary CLINTON - speaks.] [On "This Week," vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - explains why no specifics now.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Rick Klein) The key role of the Ohio vote in the election race discussed; battleground map and pizza owner Scott Van Duzer†† lifting the president off his feet shown.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Kerley, David;
Klein, Rick
Duration:
00:04:00

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