Campaigns Bear Down As Time Runs Short As Nov. 4 nears, the presidential campaigns must make quick decisions about how to use the candidates' limited time. Two experts talk about what the scheduling process is like.
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Campaigns Bear Down As Time Runs Short

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Campaigns Bear Down As Time Runs Short

Campaigns Bear Down As Time Runs Short

Campaigns Bear Down As Time Runs Short

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As Nov. 4 nears, the presidential campaigns must make quick decisions about how to use the candidates' limited time. Two experts, Jennifer Palmieri and Kevin Madden, talk about what the scheduling process is like.