Obama, Romney return to political arena after Sandy hiatus
(MCT) — The afterglow of post-Sandy bipartisanship lingered briefly in the air of the presidential campaign Thursday, then vaporized as President Barack Obama and his challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, threw themselves back into the political fray for a final push before Tuesday’s election.
Obama began the day by suggesting that the spirit of cooperation that emerged after the storm battered the East Coast might serve as a template for how the nation can be governed over the next four years. Speaking to a crowd in Green Bay, Obama praised the “leaders of different parties working to fix what’s broken.”
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