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BY CHARESSE JAMES
Anchor Logan Tittle

Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.

President Obama and Mitt Romney are entering the last two days before the election; and no one seems to know what's going to happen - it’s still too close to call. Here’s Sky News.

“Opinion polls show that President Obama is in a dead heat in Virginia, though slightly ahead in other swing states. Both candidates can still make a difference, as this marathon careers toward the finish line.”

With election day looming and many polling stations damaged, Governor Christie has allowed New Jersey voter to submit their ballots by email and fax. New England Cable News explains.

“Residents must request the ballots from their local county clerk to be eligible. officials hope the effort will ease some of the pressure on polling places on tuesday. military trucks are being used in the place of damaged precincts.”

Tensions are mounting in the Middle East as Syrian tanks have entered Israeli territory. The CBC has more.

“Israel launched an official complaint with the U.N. claiming that three syrian tanks entered the demilitarized zone in the Golden Heights. Syria says that the forces were launching an assault on rebel fighters.”

It may have been the friendliest rally to ever happen in D.C. as hundreds gathered for the “Million Puppet March” on Saturday, inspired by Governor Romney’s now-infamous “Big Bird” comment made during the first presidential debate. Here’s the WBBH.

“They came with hand puppets, signs and marionettes … The sesame workshop’s tax return shows it earned revenues of $122 million last year, while receiving about $8 million...”

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Logan Tittle, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

Top Headlines: Election Still Too Close to Call

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Nov 4, 2012

Top Headlines: Election Still Too Close to Call

(Image Source: Sky News)

BY CHARESSE JAMES
Anchor Logan Tittle

Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.

President Obama and Mitt Romney are entering the last two days before the election; and no one seems to know what's going to happen - it’s still too close to call. Here’s Sky News.

“Opinion polls show that President Obama is in a dead heat in Virginia, though slightly ahead in other swing states. Both candidates can still make a difference, as this marathon careers toward the finish line.”

With election day looming and many polling stations damaged, Governor Christie has allowed New Jersey voter to submit their ballots by email and fax. New England Cable News explains.

“Residents must request the ballots from their local county clerk to be eligible. officials hope the effort will ease some of the pressure on polling places on tuesday. military trucks are being used in the place of damaged precincts.”

Tensions are mounting in the Middle East as Syrian tanks have entered Israeli territory. The CBC has more.

“Israel launched an official complaint with the U.N. claiming that three syrian tanks entered the demilitarized zone in the Golden Heights. Syria says that the forces were launching an assault on rebel fighters.”

It may have been the friendliest rally to ever happen in D.C. as hundreds gathered for the “Million Puppet March” on Saturday, inspired by Governor Romney’s now-infamous “Big Bird” comment made during the first presidential debate. Here’s the WBBH.

“They came with hand puppets, signs and marionettes … The sesame workshop’s tax return shows it earned revenues of $122 million last year, while receiving about $8 million...”

Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Logan Tittle, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.

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