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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney #1031098

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 19, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) CBS estimates on electoral votes for President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney and findings of a new Quinnipiac University/CBS poll on the presidential race in Wisconsin, Colorado and Virginia cited.

(Alexandria, Virginia: Wyatt Andrews) The race in Virginia examined; poll findings cited; details given about Obama’s surprising lead over Romney on the economy and his lead among women voters while Romney leads among men; political ads shown. [Voters Amanda Lipon SCHNEIDER††, Charles FUSCO††- express views on Obama and Romney.] The campaigning by vice presidential candidate Representative Paul Ryan in Virginia noted.

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Poll findings for Colorado on the economy and the rise in existing home sales and new home construction cited.

(Washington: John Dickerson) Obama’s lead in Wisconsin and the impact of Romney’s secretly recorded “47 percent” comments discussed; columnist Peggy Noonan’s remarks about Romney’s campaign quoted.

Pelley, Scott;
Andrews, Wyatt;
Dickerson, John

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