(CNN)—As news of the most recent corporate bailout reaches Americans, both John McCain and Barack Obama are stressing their economic credentials. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Dana Bash reports on McCain’s softening opposition to the AIG bailout, while CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux has the details on Obama’s continuing campaign to paint his opposition as out of touch.
Meanwhile: CNN has new battleground polls showing a much closer presidential race than in 2004. Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider breaks down the latest poll findings.
Finally: Does Barack Obama have a shot at winning over Florida’s Jewish voters? Chief National Correspondent John King talks to supporters on both sides of the race.
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(CNN)—One of the biggest banking failures in U.S. history is making many American’s fearful of their investments. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Alan Chernoff takes a look at what the crisis on Wall Street means for Americans and for the nation’s economy, while Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports on John McCain and Barack Obama’s response to the news.
Meanwhile: Obama and Joe Biden are accusing McCain of lying in his recent campaign ads. CNN’s Jim Acosta reports on the increasing pushback coming from the Democratic ticket.
Finally: Gov. Sarah Palin is on her first solo campaign swing since being named to the Republican ticket, but she is still steering clear of the traveling press. CNN’s Dana Bash reports from Colorado.
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