The latest polls show Barack Obama increasing his lead over John McCain with tonight's final debate focused on the economy. We take a long look at their rescue packages, long-term plans and what to watch for in their last face-to-face confrontation. Will they be able to deliver on what they’ve promised? Also, the stock market falls despite good news in the credit markets, and a court ruling on voter fraud puts the pressure on election officials in the swing state of Ohio.
The Final Debate and the Economy
From this Episode:
Wall Street Sharply Down Again on Bad Economic News
There was some good news today about the credit markets with a drop in the interest rate at which banks lend to each other. But that wasn't enough for Wall Street. E.S....
Candidates Vow to Help Swing Voters on Eve of Last Debate
John McCain and Barack Obama both know that when it comes to the economy, the next president will have to hit the ground running. But the ground keeps shifting and the...