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In the final push in the 2012 presidential election, candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama make their last appeals to voters.
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President Barack Obama makes a statement in the White House briefing room following a briefing on Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 29, 2012.
NBC News' Chuck Todd joins Morning Joe to talk about the impact of Sandy on the presidential race and what he expects from both campaigns going into Nov. 6.
NBC's Chuck Todd reports on how the campaigns are responding to the storm.
Gov. Mitt Romney attended a storm relief event in Ohio, urging supporters to "make the difference in the life of one or two people" by donating goods to benefit the victims of Superstorm Sandy.