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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 23, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Findings of a poll of uncommitted voters on who won last night’s foreign policy debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney cited.

(Dayton, Ohio: Nancy Cordes) Obama’s focus on trust in his campaign 2 weeks before the election reviewed; details given about the release of his plan outlining his goals for manufacturing, energy and education. [In Delray Beach, Florida, OBAMA – says you can trust that he says what he means.] [In debate, OBAMA – criticizes Romney.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Henderson, Nevada: Jan Crawford) Romney’s focus on jobs and the economy featured; details given about his strategy for dealing with Obama’s attacks. [In Nevada, ROMNEY – criticizes Obama on the economy.] [In debate, ROMNEY – says attacking him is not an agenda.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley; Sea Island, Georgia: Bob Schieffer) The presidential race following the last debate discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Cordes, Nancy;
Crawford, Jan;
Schieffer, Bob

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