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Election 2012 / Campaign 2012

The Last Week of the Campaign in Review

Campaign signs for both President Barack Obama, and his challenger, Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are seen in yards outside Evans City, Pa., Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. In the final days of the presidential campaign, Romney is making a concerted push into Pennsylvania, aided by outside political groups that are spending millions in last minute ads in the state to help erode Obamaís 2008 support. Polling shows Obama holding on to a 4 or 5 percentage point lead over Romney, but the trend has been in Romneyís favor.(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

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November 2, 2012

As the last week of the presidential campaign draws to the close, it is time to assess which candidate had the stronger week heading to election day.

National Journal and Newsy have produced an informative which does just that, and also details what each candidate will be doing until the ballots have been counted.

(For additional analysis read Catherine Hollander's article "Jobs Report Caps Solid Week For Obama" here.)


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