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(CNN) - The 2008 presidential race was fixated on lipstick, pigs, and gender politics for a second day on Wednesday.
In the latest episode of CNN=Politics Daily, Sen. Obama made a point of saying "enough is enough" while out on the campaign trail. Suzanne Malveaux reports on how the Obama campaign is responding to the "lipstick on a pig" controversy.
While Obama was pushing back during a campaign appearance in Virginia, the McCain-Palin ticket was also in Virginia, one of the fall battleground states, where they were greeted by their largest crowd to date. Ed Henry was there and reports on how women are responding to the GOP pairing.
Finally, Wolf Blitzer takes a closer look at Virginia and why it is in play this fall and Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider reports on a new CNN/Time Magazine/Opinion Research Corporation poll of Virginia and three other key battleground states.
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