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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Third Debate / Polls / Undecided Voters #1032590

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 21, 2012
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(Tampa: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Boca Raton: Chuck Todd) Tomorrow's foreign policy debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney previewed; scenes shown of Romney on the beach. [On "Face the Nation," Romney campaign adviser Kevin MADDEN†, Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie CUTTER†; on "Meet the Press," Governor Marco RUBIO†- debate the debates,] The standings of Obama 7 Romney in the latest "Wall Street Journal"/NBC News poll cited. [On "Meet the Press," Obama campaign adviser DAVID AXELROD†- analyzes the polls.] A "New York Times" report on US talks with Iran about nuclear policy noted.

(Tampa: Lester Holt; Washington: David Gregory) How the presidential candidates will find a way to get the economy issues into the foreign policy debate, the politicization of the Libya and Iran issues and the US standing in the world discussed.

(Tampa: Lester Holt) The undecided voters in Florida featured. [Chicago Mayor Rahm EMANUEL - says Tampa is ground zero.] [Undecided voters David and Carrie WILDES†- offer views on how they will vote.] [University of Tampa professor Scott PAINE†- explains the push for early voting.] [In sandwich shop, Joe PERALLIA‡, Joe CODFISH‡- talk about the issues.]

(Tampa: Lester Holt) NBC News coverage of the final debate announced.

Reporter(s):
Holt, Lester;
Todd, Chuck;
Gregory, David
Duration:
00:05:50

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