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Voters in Appalachia Struggling to Identify With Presidential Candidatesi
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Kane Farabaugh
September 02, 2012
Outside the growing city of Charlotte, North Carolina - host to the 2012 Democratic National Convention - a different section of America watches. VOA’s Kane Farabaugh looks at how people who live just a few hours west of the convention, in the region known as Appalachia, view the political conventions, and the state of the race for President.

Voters in Appalachia Struggling to Identify With Presidential Candidates

Kane Farabaugh

Published September 02, 2012

Outside the growing city of Charlotte, North Carolina - host to the 2012 Democratic National Convention - a different section of America watches. VOA’s Kane Farabaugh looks at how people who live just a few hours west of the convention, in the region known as Appalachia, view the political conventions, and the state of the race for President.


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