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Campaign 2008 / Obama vs. McCain / Ohio #907536

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 2008
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(Dayton: Charles Gibson) The critical importance of the bellwether swing state of Ohio for Senator John McCain examined; details given about the tough economic times in the state; scenes shown of the GM plant that is closing outside of Dayton and from a bar across the way. [Four auto industry GUYS - say "economy"; talk about the cars people are buying; outline what they are looking for from the candidates and their view of taxes.] [University of Dayton professor John HEITMAN†- recalls the historical ties of Dayton to General Motors.] [Upper Deck Tavern owner Debbie MILLER - says revenue has been dropping bad.] [At the tavern, BROKER - says she is undecided.]
Gibson, Charles

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