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There's just one week to go until election day. 7 days. 168 hours and counting.
Today both Senators McCain and Obama campaigned in Pennsylvania, just 90 miles apart.
"In the closing days of this campaign my opponent is trying to distance himself from President Bush despite the fact that he's faithfully supported him ninety percent of the time. He's supported four out of the five of the Bush budgets that have taken from surplus under the Clinton years to the largest deficit in history. John McCain's ridden shotgun as George Bush has driven our economy towards a cliff and now he wants to take the wheel and step on the gas," said Obama in Chester, Pa.
In Hersey, Pennsylvania, a town known for its chocolate, there were no sweet words from McCain about Obama.
"My opponent is working out the details with Speaker Pelosi and Sen. Reid of their plans to raise your taxes, increase spending and concede defeat in Iraq," McCain said.
Also tonight, 360's Gary Tuchman has the raw politics of early voting. In 31 states, there's not just one election day. There are several election days. Gary reports from Nevada where surprisingly there's a good chance you can vote for the leader of the free world at your local shopping mall. Yes, outside your favorite department store. But it's not that easy in other states where there are long lines and you can wait for hours.
All that and more tonight on 360° at 10pm ET.
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