This program is 29 minutes long
(Cincinnati: Jake Tapper) The campaigning in battleground states featured; scenes shown of the two campaigning. [ROMNEY, OBAMA - campaign on bipartisanship and working together.] [In New Hampshire, former President Bill CLINTON, OBAMA - campaign against Romney.]
(Near Cleveland: David Muir) The duelling campaigns in the Cleveland suburbs featured; scenes shown of the campaigns'headquartered across the street from each other and the hunt for undecided voters. [Two Romney BACKERS; two Obama CAMPAIGNERS - campaign.] [Voter Russ BENNETT - comments.]
(Largo, Florida: Cecilia Vega) The chaos at the polls in Tampa featured; scenes shown of lines of people waiting to vote on Saturday and Sunday.
(Ohio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The campaign scheduling strategy for the last days of the campaign examined; electoral college map shown; details given about Pennsylvania.
(Ohio: David Muir) The importance of the Hispanic vote examined; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll figures outlined on screen. [Univision's Jorge RAMOS - talks about the Hispanic vote in crucial states &he Latino issues, especially immigration.]
(Ohio: David Muir) ABC News election coverage previewed.
(Studio: Ginger Zee) The brewing of a new storm along the East coast examined; temperature and weather maps shown.
(Freehold: New Jersey) Alex Perez) The fuel shortage in the East following Hurricane Sandy featured; scenes shown of people in line for gasoline; details given about FEMA gas locations.
(Ohio: David Muir) Tomorrow's Day of Giving on ABC programs noted.
(New York: Mark Greenblatt) An incident at the Pittsburgh zoo in which a child fell into a painted dogs exhibit reviewed; virtual view shown. [Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium CEO Barbara BAKER- says a ild was killed.]
(Ohio: Dan Harris) The actions by the grassroots organization True the Vote aimed at voter fraud examined; details given about whether the group is non-partisan or ismed at minority neighborhoods. [Voter Teresa SHARP- reads her letter challenging her right to vote.] [True the Vote Catherine ENGELBRECHT- states the goal; denies targeting minority areas.]
(Washington: John Donvan) What voters say about who they "think" will win the election between President Obama and Mitt Romney examined; details given about the poll question this best predicts who will win. [In response to question from David Muir, VOTER - names who she will vote for and who will win.] [University of Michigan professor Justin WALTERS- offers an assessment.]