USA

Candidates Hopes Hinge on US Economic Sentimenti
|| 0:00:00
X
Michael Bowman
September 06, 2012
The U.S. presidential race is widely seen as a referendum on Barack Obama’s handling of a still-struggling economy. As VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign is recycling a rhetorical tactic from a past era designed to amplify popular discontent over tough economic conditions.

Candidates Hopes Hinge on US Economic Sentiment

Michael Bowman

Published September 06, 2012

The U.S. presidential race is widely seen as a referendum on Barack Obama’s handling of a still-struggling economy. As VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's campaign is recycling a rhetorical tactic from a past era designed to amplify popular discontent over tough economic conditions.


You May Like

Algerians Vote in Presidential Election

There were few media reports of protests and clashes around the country, but so far no significant violence More

Sharks More Evolved than Previously Thought

The discovery could “profoundly affect our understanding of evolutionary history” More

Pakistan Military Asked to Protect Polio Workers

Request comes as authorities say a Taliban ban on vaccinations in 2012 and deadly attacks on anti-polio teams have prevented thousands of children from getting inoculated More