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Mitt Romney says Barack Obama has no answers, in aftermath of second presidential debate

CHESAPEAKE, Va. -- Hoping to influence voter perceptions the day after Tuesday’s presidential debate, the Obama and Romney campaigns fanned out into crucial battleground states, as they continued the back and forth that enlivened the latest face-to-face encounter between the two men vying to occupy the White House.

During a visit to Chesapeake, in a must-win state for Republican Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor provided a blistering critique of President Obama’s debate performance.

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