This program is 28 minutes long
(Des Moines, Iowa: Jake Tapper) Obama's campaign in the battleground states of Wisconsin, Ohio and Iowa reviewed; scenes shown of Obama with musicians Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder and Jay-Z, who sang. [SPRINGSTEEN - talks and sings.] [OBAMA - jokes about the grey hair on his head.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Map of the final sprints by both candidates shown.
(Columbus, Ohio: David Muir) The Romney campaign with a few hours left featured; scenes shown from the airport in Columbus and on the campaign plane. [In Virginia, and Colorado, wife Ann ROMNEY; vice presidential nominee Paul RYAN; ROMNEY - campaign.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos) The poll changes over the last 10 days as Obama has closed the gap on the economy, the president's lead in all the battleground states and the role of Hurricane Sandy helping him discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Photos of Americans lining up to vote in Bowling Green, Ohio and elsewhere shown.
(Studio: Jonathan Karl) The significance of all the early voting, especially in the states of Colorado and Florida, examined; scenes shown from Miami of long lines; statistics cited. [Miami MAN - comments.]
(Rockaway Beach, New York: Linsey Davis) The readiness in New York City for another nor'easter storm featured; scenes shown from across the East coast region where 1.4 million are still without power. [Rockaway resident Jane MARINO - says we are desperate.] [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG - talks about staying warm.] [Katie RICHARDSON - says we can't leave our home.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The ABC day of giving for victims of Hurricane Sandy noted; donations cited.
(Studio: Pierre Thomas) Concerns about voter intimidation in the presidential election between President Obama and Mitt Romney examined; scenes shown of billboards in minority neighborhoods warning against voter fraud. [Tampa residents Travis HORN, Sharon CALVERT- react to an insulting letter.] [Ohio state senator Nina TURNER- calls it voter suppression.]
(McLean, Virginia: Amy Robach) A visit to one extraordinary street in McLean, Virginia, that is divided over whether to vote for President Obama or Mitt Romney presented; scenes shown from the street Wrightson Drive with signs in the yards for both sides. [Romney supporters Sandra BUCKMAN, Alan HALE, VOTERS - comment.]
(Denver: David Wright) Some strange predictions of who will win the presidential election between President Obama and Mitt Romney examined; details given about pro football, baseball World Series, candidate height, the eyebrow index, 7/11 coffee cups. voter predictions, etc.