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Campaign 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / A Discussion #1033536

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2012
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(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) The issue of just survival after Hurricane Sandy on Staten Island as the presidential election campaign goes on noted; scenes shown of President Obama and Mitt Romney campaigning; CNN/ORC poll findings on the race in Ohio outlined on screen.

(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper; No location given: Jim Acosta, Jessica Yellin) The battle for the swing states as the economic numbers came out for jobs created and unemployment, the key role of independent voters, the importance of Ohio and the reaction of the Obama camp to the Romney ad on the auto industry discussed.

(Staten Island: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, John King and David Gergen about the 2012 race. [KING - outlines what the latest polls indicate about the dead heat in Ohio; comments on the critical issue of voter turnout.] [GERGEN - says Obama seems to lead in 8 of 10 of the battleground states.] [BORGER - doubts the economic numbers will have any impact on the race.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Jessica, Jim Acosta,

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