Election 2008

Scranton Reacts To Political Attention

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Senior Washington Editor Ron Elving talks to Madeleine Brand about the latest national polls and which battleground states are proving most influential this election season.

Then, we take a visit to Scanton, Pa. Delaware Sen. Joe Biden and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin have evoked the image of Scranton as America's heartland. Now that the city has become a focal point for American values, what are voters there thinking about the candidates?



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