Daily Briefing for September 26, 2012

Hello, and welcome to the Daily Briefing for September 26, 2012. Now today our top stories are:

Air Force One Aborted Its First Landing.
New Polling Benefits The President In Key States.
Two Social Conservatives Endorsed Todd Akin.
Now its time for our Short and Sweet Stories, our top stories condensed.
President Obama had some campaign events in Ohio today. When Air Force One attempted to land in Ohio today, however, turbulence caused them to abort the first landing. However, the second time around they were able to land. Severe weather caused the turbulence. On Friday, Ann Romney’s plane had to make an emergency landing in Denver. She recently spoke about the experience in an interview with Access Hollywood Live.
New polling has good news for President Obama in Florida, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. President Obama has a nine percentage advantage in Florida, ten points in Ohio, and twelve points in Pennsylvania. President Obama is over fifty percent in all three polls. The polls also show that while the national race is close, President Obama may still have an advantage state-by-state. The polls also show that President Obama has an advantage on taxes and the economy.
Today, former presidential candidate and senator Rick Santorum and Senator Jim DeMint endorsed Rep. Todd Akin. Recently many social conservatives have come to Todd Akin’s side, saying it is time to forget and move on and back the representative. Rep. Akin was recently in a controversy when he said that “legitimate rape” doesn’t cause pregnancy. Yesterday was the last day Todd Akin could drop out.
Well, that wraps up this Daily Briefing. Please join us again tomorrow for another look at the top political stories.

About Tyler

Tyler is the chief media reporter for TKNN, with the news organization since its founding in November of 2010. He has previously served as chief political reporter and chief political anchor for TKNN.

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