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Campaign heats up after Romney gets post-debate bounce

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GREENSBORO -- The latest polls show presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is building steam from last week's debate. The election is 26 days away and experts say the momentum could easily change. Undecided voters could be swayed by this week's vice presidential debate and the final two presidential debates.

They also say campaigning will heat up in North Carolina.

"There's a recognition that if Mitt Romney cannot win North Carolina, he cannot win the presidential election and so both campaigns will not let this state go," said Dr. Jason Husser, a professor from Elon University.

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