On 'This Week': Stephanie Cutter and Newt Gingrich

Stephanie Cutter and Newt Gingrich are interviewed on "This Week."

ByABC News
October 25, 2012, 11:13 AM

NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2012 — -- With just more than one week until Election Day, President Obama's deputy campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich will discuss the latest in the 2012 presidential contest, including the first look at the latest numbers from the ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll, Sunday on "This Week."

Plus, "This Week" gives the latest update on the dangerous path of Hurricane Sandy, as the potentially historic "perfect storm" barrels toward the East Coast this weekend.

After the final debate between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the candidates make their closing sprint to Nov. 6, campaigning from coast to coast. Who will have the momentum in the last week of this deadlocked race? How will the critical ground game in battleground states shape Election Day results? And just how close will the final vote tally for the White House be?

Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, a Romney supporter, discuss the latest in the 2012 presidential election, Sunday on "This Week."

Then, the powerhouse roundtable debates all the week's presidential politics, with ABC News' George Will; PBS' "Washington Week" moderator and managing editor Gwen Ifill; Andrew Sullivan, editor of "The Dish" at The Daily Beast; former Obama economic adviser and ABC News consultant Austan Goolsbee; and Republican strategist and ABC News political analyst and contributor Nicolle Wallace.

Is the Romney campaign surging enough to move ahead in the key swing states that will decide the election, or will the Obama campaign's electoral college edge hold up on Election Day? In what direction will independents and undecided voters break in the final days? And will the political storm over Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's comments on rape impact the battle for the White House and control of the Senate?

See the whole political picture, Sunday on "This Week."

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