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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney #1033216

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 16, 2012
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(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) Tonight’s debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York introduced; poll showing Romney leading over Obama and his gain among women cited; graph shown.

(Hempstead, New York: Jan Crawford) Romney’s increased support from women voters and his focus for the debate featured; poll findings cited.

(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Hempstead, New York: Nancy Cordes) The high stakes for Obama featured; details given about his preparations.

(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley, John Dickerson) What to watch for in the debate discussed.

(Hempstead, New York: Scott Pelley) The early voting, the viewership for the first debate and CBS coverage of tonight’s debate noted.

Pelley, Scott;
Crawford, Jan;
Cordes, Nancy;
John, Scott Pelley,

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