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Days Before Election, Sandy Brings A Twist

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President Obama has canceled re-election campaign events Tuesday in Colorado and Wisconsin, staying in Washington to oversee the federal response to Sandy. Republican challenger Mitt Romney has also scaled back his campaigning. The superstorm has introduced a new and unpredictable element into the presidential race, just one week before Election Day.
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