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Conservative TEA Party Voters Are Force in Kentuckyi
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Kane Farabaugh
October 11, 2012 12:13 PM
Democratic Vice President Joe Biden faces Republican Congressman Paul Ryan in their only televised debate October 11th (Thursday) in the state of Kentucky. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, while the debates will focus partly on foreign policy, Kentucky’s conservative TEA Party voters - who represent a growing number of politically active voters in the state - are more concerned about domestic issues, such as how to create jobs, curb federal spending, and shrink government.

Conservative TEA Party Voters Are Force in Kentucky

Kane Farabaugh

Published October 11, 2012

Democratic Vice President Joe Biden faces Republican Congressman Paul Ryan in their only televised debate October 11th (Thursday) in the state of Kentucky. As VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, while the debates will focus partly on foreign policy, Kentucky’s conservative TEA Party voters - who represent a growing number of politically active voters in the state - are more concerned about domestic issues, such as how to create jobs, curb federal spending, and shrink government.