This program is 29 minutes long
(Boulder: Nancy Cordes) President Obama's campaign in the battle ground state of Colorado featured; scenes shown from the University of Colorado. [OBAMA - calls for voter registration.] [Two STUDENTS - worry about the party "energy."] [Mitt ROMNEY - criticizes Obama on jobs.] [In Pennsylvania, Vice President Joe BIDEN - criticizes Romney on foreign policy.] [In convention speech, ROMNEY - comments on Iran's nuclear threat.] The view of both parties on Iran and the importance of the economy issue noted.
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The demonstrations in Charlotte, North Carolina, before the convention shown.
(Studio: Jeff Glor; Charlotte: John Dickerson) The campaign issue for the Democrats of are things better than four years ago and the role of former President Bill Clinton at the convention discussed.
(LaPlace, Louisiana: Manuel Bojorquez) The impact of Isaac on Louisiana featured; scenes and diagrams of the flood waters shown. [Plaquemines Parish flood manager P.J. HAHN- talks about the flood damage.] [New Orleans Greater Liberty Baptist Church Pastor Calvin WOODS- comments on the flooding.] President Obama's visit to New Orleans tomorrow to view the flood damage announced.
(New York: Tony Guida) The implications of the NFL's lockout of pro football referees over a contract dispute examined; scenes shown from an exhibition game of replacement refs commiting bloopers. [Football announcer Boomer ESIASON- says replacement refs could feel intimidated.] [Referees assn. president Scott GREEN - comments on referees' viewpoint.]
(Charlotte: Chip Reid) The key swing state of North Carolina and the state's undecided white male voter that helped elect President Obama in 2008 visited. [Computer system installer Larry PHILLIPS- comments on leadership and the need for a business background.] ["Greater Charlotte Biz" publisher John GALLES, bank analyst Josh BROWN- offer differing opinions on Obama's handling of the economy.]
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) The problems at the nation's food banks during election years examined; scenes shown from an Portland, Oregon, food bank run by the Snow-cap Community Charities. [At food bank, Nicole JOHNNIE- says it is necessary.] [Snow-cap's director Judy ALLEY- says people give to politics in presidential election years, not to charity.] [Oregon Food Bank CEO Janeen WADSWORTH- says the cupboards will be bare.] [65-year-old Marsha STENBERG- wants/need a job, so she has to come here.]
(Emoryville, California: Priya Clemens) A look at how children are mastering technology featured; scenes shown of kids being monitored. [LeapFrog learning team manager Jody SHERMAN-LeVOS- says kids are hardwired to learn when engaged; states they adapt to technology quickly.] [Child psychologist David SWANSON - says these kids don't socialize.] [LeapFrog CEO John BARBER, kid's father Andrew GARNER- comment on kids and technology.]