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CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 19, 2012
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(Studio: John King) The late polling on the 2012 race between President Obama and Mitt Romney reviewed; electronic map showing poll figures in battleground states shown.

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with CNN's Jim Acosta, Jessica Yellin and David Gergen about the election. [YELLIN - talks about the race in the Midwest; comments on Obama's latest one-liner: Romnesia.] [ACOSTA - talks about the Romney campaign's view; comments on the Romney campaign strategy.] [GERGEN - says the Midwest will be an important battleground, that the two debates have made Romney more competitive, but he still is behind in the Midwest; assesses the third debate.]

King, John

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