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Colorado Business Owners Divided about Presidential Politicsi
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September 26, 2012 9:50 PM
Polls show the U.S. presidential race is very close in the swing state of Colorado, a western state that has more than doubled in population in the past 40 years, with the expansion of energy, transportation and high-tech industries, as well as Rocky Mountain tourism. But Colorado's economy is now struggling and the unemployment rate is 8.3 percent, making the economy the central issue in this year's election. As do many other voters in Colorado, business owners differ as to which candidate offers the best plan for recovery. VOA's Greg Flakus has more

Colorado Business Owners Divided about Presidential Politics

Published September 26, 2012

Polls show the U.S. presidential race is very close in the swing state of Colorado, a western state that has more than doubled in population in the past 40 years, with the expansion of energy, transportation and high-tech industries, as well as Rocky Mountain tourism. But Colorado's economy is now struggling and the unemployment rate is 8.3 percent, making the economy the central issue in this year's election. As do many other voters in Colorado, business owners differ as to which candidate offers the best plan for recovery. VOA's Greg Flakus has more