American political candidates seem to be having a hard time making the connection between green energy and climate change this campaign season. Take the case of Republican Congressman Joe Heck, who is in a tight re-election contest in Southern Nevada.
In Tuesday night's debate, Governor Mitt Romney cautioned that four more years of President Obama's economic policies would put the US on "the road to Greece," a nod to the Mediterranean country's ongoing financial woes.
Governor Mitt Romney slammed President Obama's leadership in the Middle East in a speech at VMI. He called for a "change of course in the Middle East," and urged the US to help other countries arm the Syrian rebels.
In Nevada, there's a last-minute election push to reach out to Latinos, who make up 27 percent of the population. President Obama is leading among Latino voters, but the Romney campaign is trying to make some inroads in a key swing state.
Many Spaniards did not appreciate being singled out in Wednesday night's presidential debate. Governor Mitt Romney portrayed Spain as synonymous with economic incompetence and described it as being overly dependent on government aid.
Some veterans and members of the military are concerned that the war and issues faced by veterans are being ignored in the election. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Sgt. Jonathan Raab, who wrote a blog post on the issue for the New York Times.
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