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How Will Hurricane Sandy Affect the Election?

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Yesterday we saw Mitt Romney cancel all campaign events for Tuesday and President Obama is camped out in the White House monitoring the federal response to Hurricane Sandy, despite Bill Clinton immediately politicizing the situation. Although the presidential campaigns are physically at a stand-still, many are wondering how Hurricane Sandy will effect the election next week. Sandy has the potential to knock out power for weeks and will effect 60 million people in some way.

POLITICO's Morning Score provided some ideas yesterday:

1) It's hard to see how the storm helps Romney.