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Obama and Romney Offer Competing Economic Plansi
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Jim Malone
June 14, 2012 10:29 PM
President Barack Obama and his expected Republican challenger in this year’s presidential election, Mitt Romney, were both in the key state of Ohio Thursday and presented dueling visions of how to fix the U.S. economy. The economy is the key issue in this year’s campaign and there are fresh signs of a slowing recovery. But as VOA National correspondent Jim Malone reports from Washington, some voters are growing tired of the talk and want action.

Obama and Romney Offer Competing Economic Plans

Published June 14, 2012

President Barack Obama and his expected Republican challenger in this year’s presidential election, Mitt Romney, were both in the key state of Ohio Thursday and presented dueling visions of how to fix the U.S. economy. The economy is the key issue in this year’s campaign and there are fresh signs of a slowing recovery. But as VOA National correspondent Jim Malone reports from Washington, some voters are growing tired of the talk and want action.


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