Morning roundup

Top Stories: Sandy Death Toll Increases; Election Day Disaster Back-Up Plans

Good morning - here are our early stories:

Latest On Sandy: Death Toll Rises, Wait For 'Normal' Life Continues.

There's No Contingency Plan If Disaster Strikes On Election Day.

And here are more early headlines:

Jersey Beach Town Burning In New Sandy-Related Fire. (WABC)

Obama To Make Storm Visits, Romney To Campaign In Florida. (AP)

Cyclone Nilam Headed For India As Thousands Recover In Sri Lanka. (BBC)

Afghanistan To Hold Presidential Elections in 2014. (Wall Street Journal)

Syrian Government Continues To Bomb Some Areas Near Damascus. (BBC)

Jobless Rate In Eurozone Jumps To 11.6 Percent. (Bloomberg)

Proposed Budget Shows Greece With Crushing Debt, Slowing Economy And Record Unemployment. (AP)

Halloween Candy Sales Estimated To Grow, Despite Nation's Weather Problems. (Chicago Tribune)

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