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(No location given: Candy Crowley) Obama's campaign on change featured; scenes shown from Florida and North Carolina. [OBAMA - says it is a bittersweet time; speaks about his grandmother, a quiet hero; quotes what McCain said about the economy; promises we will win the election and change the country.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Prescott, Arizona: Dana Bash) McCain's frantic closing campaign featured; map shown of McCain's 7-state sprint. [All over, McCAIN - says we need to win in Virginia, in Pennsylvania, in Florida; campaigns on real change.] [In Florida, McCAIN - says Obama is the most liberal senator; asserts the "Mac is back."] The symbolism of McCain's last stop in Prescott, Arizona, noted
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crowd in Manassas, Virginia, waiting for Obama to speak shown.
(Studio: John King) The polling in the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Colorado, Nevada updated; electronic map shown. The path for McCain to win discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Paul Begala and Roland Martin and Republican strategists Bay Buchanan and Ed Rollins about the race between Obama and McCain. [BEGALA - says Senator Hillary Clinton has done 70 events for Obama; outlines the importance of Indiana; specifies who is in the undecided.] [BORGER - suggests we have to look at early states like Virginia; comments on the exurban voter.] [ROLLINS - says Obama has transcended race.] [GERGEN - talks about the irony of Obama's massive crowd in Manassas and if Virginia goes early, the race is over.] [BUCHANAN - says Republicans has lost part of Virginia already; states we will get a lot of the undecideds.] [MARTIN - says we need to look at population shifts as in North Carolina.] Other material: RNC robocall for McCain quoting Senator Clinton about Obama and McCain played.
(Studio: Tom Foreman) The map of the election between Senators John McCain and Barack Obama featured; details given about the early indications from the key states of Indiana, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio and later Pennsylvania and Florida.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Obama's speech at a rally in Manassas, Virginia, featured. [OBAMA - introduces or thanks Virginia's Mark Warner, Bobby Scott, Judy Feder and Gerry Connolly; praises the crowd for waiting on a school night; notes Virginia is ready to bring about change in America; states this is our last rally in a campaign that began nearly two years ago; says he has but one word: "tomorrow."]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live "strategy session" held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Paul Begala, and Roland Martin and Republican strategists Bay Buchanan and Ed Rollins about what will happen in the vote tomorrow for Senators John McCain and Barack Obama. [BEGALA, MARTIN, GERGEN, BORGER, ROLLINS, BUCHANAN - give their predictions on the electoral and popular vote.] Other material: a statement about Palin's medical records read.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live "strategy session" continued with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger, Paul Begala, and Roland Martin and Republican strategists Bay Buchanan and Ed Rollins about what will happen in the vote tomorrow for Senator John McCain and Obama. [BEGALA - comments on how the prank radio call to Governor Sarah Palin got through.] [GERGEN - notes the symbolic aspect of the ending of the race today.] [BUCHANAN - says McCain is running up until the very end.] [MARTIN - says it is something different every day from McCain versus Obama's consistent message.] [Other material: a prank phone call to Palin from CKOI DJs played.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What is happening in the last hours of the race between Senators John McCain and Barack Obama reviewed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The day's bombings in Iraq; test confirmation the bones found in the mountains were those of adventurer Steve Fossett; the money amounts in the big rescue bill and what the juror in the Senator Ted Stevens trial actually really did when she left reported; scenes shown from Baghdad bombing sites.