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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / The Storm / Ohio #1032968

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 28, 2012
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Marion, Ohio: Jan Crawford) The impact of the storm on the presidential election campaign between President Obama and Mitt Romney examined; details given about the key states of Virginia and Ohio. [OBAMA - calls it a serious storm.] [On Fox, Senator Mark WARNER - says the storm will create havoc.] [In Ohio, vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN - speaks about the storm.] [ROMNEY - leads the chants "9 more days."] [On CNN, White House adviser David AXELROD†- reacts to the storm and the election.] The endorsement of the Republican Romney by the "Des Moines Register" newspaper noted.

(Marion, Ohio: Dean Reynolds) The key battleground state of Ohio visited; scenes shown from the Chevy plant in Lordstown; details given about which voters are being contacted. [OBAMA - speaks about the auto industry.] [On "Face the Nation," Chicago Mayor Rahm EMANUEL - talks about auto jobs.] [Ohio Governor John KASICH - backs Romney.] [Ohio Republican Party chair Bob BENNETT - comments.]

Glor, Jeff;
Crawford, Jan;
Reynolds, Dean

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