Presidential Campaign rolls on around Sandy

Just over a week to go until Election day.

Hurricane Sandy which is menacing the East Coast, has forced President Obama and Mitt Romney, re-arrange campaign schedules just as they head into the final week of the Presidential race.

Rallies in the storm’s path have been cancelled.   President Obama will be monitoring the federal response to the storm on Monday back in Washington, after cancelling a scheduled appearance in Florida.

Mitt Romney is campaigning in the Midwest after cancelling appearances in Virginia on Sunday.

A stop in New Hampshire on Tuesday has also been cancelled.

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