Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin on the shifting campaign momentum in the 2012 election.
Sen. Dick Durbin: "The momentum has shifted in Obama's direction and that's a good thing from our point of view."
Sen. Lindsey Graham: "I think if history holds here and undecided voters break against the incumbent as they generally do, this is a very close race, and quite frankly, I like our position."
On today’s “State of the Union,” with 44 days until Election Day, we got an assessment of the state of the race from two stalwarts of the Senate, Democrat Dick Durbin and Republican Lindsey Graham. House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Rep. Mike Rogers, joined Candy to discuss the Obama administration’s response to the attack that killed the US ambassador to Libya. Finally, a panel of pollsters and reporters; Whit Ayres, Anna Greenberg, Susan Page and Ron Brownstein discussed how the presidential candidates can appeal to that most desirable of demographics: the undecided voter.
Pollsters, Whit Ayres and Anna Greenberg, and journalists, Susan Page and Ron Brownstein, discuss what the Obama and Romney campaigns need to do to appeal to undecided voters.
Whit Ayres, Anna Greenberg, Susan Page and Ron Brownsein discuss what the Obama and Romney campaigns need to do to appeal to undecided voters.
Rep. Mike Rogers said the attacks on the U.S. embassy in Libya were "designed" to kill the face of the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya.
Sens. Dick Durbin & Lindsey Graham discuss Mitt Romney's tax returns and the effect they'll have on the presidential race.