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Election Day: Last minute guide for the undecided

Campaign 2012: Obama vs. Romney

As voters cast their ballots for the next president of the United States, 60 Minutes offers a guide for the undecided voter. On Sept. 23, the broadcast devoted a full hour to President Barack Obama and his challenger, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.

In separate interviews, they discussed the election year's hot button issues and gave insight into their private lives.

Election Day: Last minute guide for the undecided

What would a "Romney administration" look like?

Part One: Mitt Romney's plan to restore America to fiscal health includes less government, entitlement reform, tax cuts -- and more cooperation with Congress.

Unaired excerpts from the Obama, Romney interviews
Obama and Romney: How they've changed in 5 years

Election Day: Last minute guide for the undecided

Obama: The choice is clear

Part Two: For President Barack Obama, this election is the clearest choice in a generation: "Do we keep moving forward and continue to make progress, or do we go backwards to the very policies that got us into this mess in the first place?"

Unaired excerpts from the Obama, Romney interviews
Obama and Romney: How they've changed in 5 years

Election Day: Last minute guide for the undecided

Romney on what it takes to lead

Part Three: Mitt Romney talks about the essential qualities of a leader and the lessons he's learned from history. Also, how does Romney end each day?

Unaired excerpts from the Obama, Romney interviews
Obama and Romney: How they've changed in 5 years

Election Day: Last minute guide for the undecided

Obama's vision for the future

Part Four: President Barack Obama says that in his vision of America, "everybody's got a shot," and hard work and character are valued above all else. Also, how does the president end each day?

Unaired excerpts from the Obama, Romney interviews
Obama and Romney: How they've changed in 5 years

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