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No, Romney's Son Is Not Gunning To Steal Ohio Vote By Rigging Voting Machines

Tagg Romney's private equity firm is connected to the company that makes voting machines used in a couple of Ohio counties. Therefore, conspiracy theorists say, he could fix the election in his father's favor.
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Romney, Obama Take Different Spins On Jobs Report

Both candidates seized on Friday's jobs report to make the case for why they should be elected next Tuesday. Employers added a better than expected 171,000 jobs in October. But the unemployment rate ticked up to 7.9 percent as more Americans entered the labor force to look for work.
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Gas Stations Slammed By Demand After Sandy

Gas stations in New Jersey and New York struggled to keep up with demand from those affected by Sandy. Drivers and homeowners scrambled to find fuel for their cars and generators as stations begin to run dry. Many stations cannot pump gas without power, and fuel trucks also struggled to get around in the aftermath of the storm.
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Romney Makes His Campaign's 'Closing Argument'

Mitt Romney made his "closing arguments" on the campaign trail in Wisconsin on Friday.
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Campaigns Use Local Media As A Form Of 'Free Press'

In battleground states like Ohio, distant national figures running for the White House show up in person to capture the local news cycle again and again and again. The campaigns' desire to get "free media" simply by appearing is a source of excitement and exhaustion for local news organizations, which know they're being used but can't help themselves.
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Some In Outer Boroughs Feel Ignored After Sandy

Four days after Sandy hit New York, the voices of complaint are growing louder. Residents of the outer boroughs say Manhattan is getting all the attention. People in Manhattan say without power and water, they're suffering too.
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Storm Leaves Many Facing Tricky Insurance Process

The estimated price tag for Superstorm Sandy could run as high as $50 billion. But homeowners and businesses in the Northeast aren't just dealing with damage from Sandy; they're also dealing with insurance companies. And figuring out what's covered and what's not can get very complicated.
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What If There's No Winner? Presidential Campaigns And Their Lawyers Prepare

With the presidential election looking to be very close, the outcome could come down to relatively few votes in a battleground state. That has the political parties, state election offices and lawyers for the campaigns preparing a post-Tuesday strategy.

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