Couple displays dueling ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ political signs

Massachusetts couple proves that opposites attract with their 2020 election lawn signs.
2:06 | 10/29/20

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We turn to Kyra Phillips in Washington with the latest headlines. Good afternoon, Kyra. Reporter: Good afternoon, good to see you. We begin with thants of that big storm that's battling the storm. The deadly storm bringing strong wind and ray through Georgia, Carolinas and even Virginia. Leaving some 2 million households without power. Zeta made landfall in Louisiana late yesterday, making the strongest hurricane landfall in the continental U.S. This late ineason in more than 100 years. The presidential race roaring to a close now. The candidates focusing once again on Florida. First lady Melania trump expected to join her husband at a rally there while former vice president Biden holds drive-in gatherings in Tampa and Broward county. We're just five days away now. Tune in for all the election returns right here on ABC tonight beginning at 7:00 P.M. Eastern. We're learning more about the deadly incident overseas. Officials calling it a terror attack. At least three people killed and several people injured in the city of nice at the largest church there. Heavily armed police now patrolling the area. President macron there and the suspect we're told is in Y. Finally, on a bit of a lighter note, we wanted to give you a snapshot of our country this morning playing out on this Massachusetts lawn. They're testing the state of their union. His and hers political lawn signs. T.J., rocky and Tilda darocco, I love those names, say they decided early on there's nothing wrong with, quote, cordial disagreement. They just wish their law makers in Washington would follow their example. This is why their love has lasted 40 years already. Pay attention, T.J., cordial disagreement. You got that? That's great.really to that point, you can disagree and still be in the same house and love each other. It's a great example to see. Appreciate seeing that. We can all take a lesson from that, thank you so Reporter: Amen.

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