This program is 29 minutes long
(Central Park, New York: Dan Harris) Breaking news on New York City's decision to cancel the marathon for the first time ever due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy examined; scenes shown of wrecked houses and the provisions for the marathon, including diesel generators. [Runner Jen TILNEY- comments on the generators.] [Earlier, New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG - defends the marathon.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The return of power to parts of the city and photos of people in the dark shown.
(Clifton, New Jersey: Alex Perez) A cold night in the city and New Jersey without power featured; scenes shown of people and cars in line for gasoline; details given about why there is a fuel shortage. [MAN - says it is dangerous.] [New Jersey MAN - comments on the situation.] [OFFICIAL - says there is a shortage of fuel.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The natural gas leaks situation in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, and the status of the woman taken to the hospital last night updated.
(Ohio: White House: Jake Tapper) The final push by President Obama and Mitt Romney in the election campaign featured; scenes shown of Obama in Ohio; details given about early voting strategy. [OBAMA - campaigns against the status quo; promises to work with anyone of any party.]
(West Chester, Ohio: Studio: Diane Sawyer) The standings of the two presidential candidates in the daily ABC News/"Washington Post" poll outlined on screen.
(Ohio: David Muir) Romney's campaign featured; scenes shown of Romney in Virginia, Wisconsin and Ohio, voters being called and Kid Rock singing to the crowd; details given of the swing state strategy. [ROMNEY - says "four more days"; criticizes Obama's partisanship.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Matthew Dowd) This political marathon that could be very tight and the significance of early voting discussed; scenes shown from Georgia of people in line to vote.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The election coverage on "This Week" and on Tuesday night noted.
(New York: Paula Faris) The plans to perhaps rescue animals from inside the New York Aquarium crippled by Hurricane Sandy featured; scenes shown of the home to 12,000 animals that has no power.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of this story on "20/20" announced.