Marketplace Morning Report for Monday, November 5, 2012
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Shut out for months by political commercials, businesses face more pain when they can resume local TV ads: High rates due to pent-up demand. On Election Day, exit pollster Edison Research will divert resources from largely predictable states to swing states, 'where the news is.' Two swing voters in Virginia battleground district, Loudoun County, explain what got them to commit.
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Posted In: california, community colleges, state budget
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Posted In: Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Latino voters, Immigration
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Posted In: voters, polls, swing state
Edison Research will divert resources from largely predictable states to swing states, 'where the news is.'
Posted In: swing state, Virginia, Education, gas prices
Loudoun County, Virginia fence-sitters explain what got them to commit.
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