(CNN) - The economy was Issue #1 on the campaign trail Tuesday as Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee, gave a speech on economic issues just one day after Sen. Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic nominee, gave an address on the same topic.
In the latest episode of CNN=Politics Daily, Dana Bash reports on McCain's speech and his economic attacks on Obama. The presumptive Democratic nominee spent part of his day shadowing a nurse. Jessica Yellin takes a closer look at what Obama is doing to sound a more populist tone and attract the supporters of former rivals Sen. Hillary Clinton and John Edwards.
Obama also held a closed-door meeting Tuesday with religious leaders. Carol Costello has the details.
While Obama was out on the campaign trail, the leaders of his party held a unity event in Washington, D.C. as they tried to bring together a party battered by a long primary fight. Kathleen Koch reports on the Democratic gathering.
Finally, Sen. Clinton's presidential bid was also historic for the amount of debt it incurred. What is going to happen to the millions the campaign owes - including millions owed to Clinton herself? Mary Snow has some answers.
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