• Sunday November 4, 2012 Happening Now

      Two days left ( I can't believe I'm writing this) before the election!

      New polling suggests we have a deadlocked race with a slight advantage in swing states for President Obama... It's going to be a very exciting eletion.

      President Obama's campaign is focused like a laser beam on mobilizing a get-out-the-vote volunteer army. Mister Romney is making a late play for Pennsylvania! A new poll there shows a tie in the Keystone state.

      We are tracking the candidates every move and will take big chunks of any and all speeches live.


      1025EST -- POTUS makes remarks at a campaign event, President Bill Clinton attends. Concord, NH. POOL LIVE

      1150EST -- Air Force One wheels up from Manchester. POOL TAPE

      1450EST -- Air Force One wheels down Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Int'l. Airport. POOL TAPE


      1115EST -- VPOTUS & Dr. Biden deliver remarks at a campaign event at Lakewood High School in Lakewood, OH. LIVE via LiveU


      1025EST -- POTUS makes remarks at a campaign event, President Bill Clinton attends. Concord, NH. POOL LIVE

      TBA EST -- Pres. Clinton makes remarks at campaign event in Dover, NH.


      1100EST -- Attends rally at the Hy-Vee Hall at Iowa Events Center, Des Moines, IA. ABC LIVE

      1445EST -- Attends rally at the I-X Center, Cleveland, OH. LIVE


      1355EST -- Attends rally at Rob Ridenour's Hangar, Mansfield, OH. LIVE via LiveU

      Also.. lots of good guests on the Sunday shows for us to mine for sound.


      Fox News Sunday: Obama Sr. Strategist David Axelrod and Romney Political Dir. Rich Beeson.

      State of the Union: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Sen. Rob Portman.

      This Week: Obama's 2008 Campaign Mgr. David Plouffe and Romney Sr. Advisor Ed Gillespie.

      Meet the Press: Obama's 2008 Campaign Mgr. David Plouffe and House Maj. Ldr Eric Cantor.

      Face the Nation: CNN's David Gergen, National Review's Rich Lowry, Vanity Fair's Dee Dee Myers, Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan, Democratic Pollster Anna Greenberg, Leslie Sanchez, Stuart Rothenberg, Larry Sabato, and Tony Salvanto for a panel titled "Campaign 2012: The Final Push"

      The other big story is obviously superstorm Sandy. Most of Manhattan finally has power, but more than 2.2 million remain without power in three states. It's still a mess in Staten Island, Queens, Long Island, parts of Connecticut and much of New Jersey. Gas lines are still insane. Temperatures have dropped substantially to just above freezing overnight, so weather is a concern. Another storm is due to hit the Northeast on Wednesday.