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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Ohio #1033113

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 26, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The cancellation of weekend political events in the presidential election campaign due to Hurricane Sandy noted; CNN/ORC poll numbers on the race in Ohio cited.

(Studio: John King) The narrow lead for President Obama in Ohio that would make it improbable for Mitt Romney to win examined; electoral vote scenarios on the electronic map shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ohio: Jim Acosta) The role of independents in the Ohio race, the issue of the auto industry bailout, the rumor Chrysler was moving Jeep operations to China, &Romney's emphasis on "change" discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Brianna Keilar) The ground game in the battleground states with Obama's multiple stops in Ohio, their emphasis on the auto bailout, how 1 in 8 jobs are tied to the auto industry and the threat of weather to Obama's scheduled stops discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
King, John;
Acosta, Jim;
Keilar, Brianna

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