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Decision 2012 / Obama vs. Romney / Economy #1034524

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) New figures on jobs gained and unemployment cited.

(West Chester, Ohio: Peter Alexander) The reaction of the campaigns of President Obama and Mitt Romney to the final jobs report before the election featured; details given about the importance of Ohio; Romney’s “Jeep” ad shown. [OBAMA, ROMNEY – speak about the economy.] [Mesirow Financial Diane SWONK†- assesses the economy.]

(Studio: Brian Williams; Washington: David Gregory) The impact of Hurricane Sandy on the presidential race discussed; details given about the benefit for Obama of the images of him with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter;
Gregory, David

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