Nov. 8 - Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain denounces sexual harassment allegations and vows not to withdraw from the 2012 race. Katharine Jackson reports.
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Facing allegations of sexual harassment, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain told reporters he will not withdraw from the 2012 race for president. (SOUNDBITE) (English) REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, HERMAN CAIN, SAYING: "Ain't going to happen." Cain called the news conference to respond to Sharon Bialek, who went public on Monday, saying he made a sexual advance on her in 1997 when he was head of the National Restaurant Association. She is the fourth woman to accuse Cain of sexual harassment. Cain denies ever seeing Bialek until she appeared on television to lay out allegations he insists "simply did not happen." The 65-year-old former pizza executive - Cain - who had been leading the field of Republican candidates in many polls - is now trying to keep his campaign from unraveling. Katharine Jackson, Reuters.
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