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Voters in Nevada Focus on the Economyi
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Mike O'Sullivan
November 02, 2012 11:48 AM
The western U.S. state of Nevada, which has the highest unemployment rate in the nation, is a key battleground in this year's presidential election. Both candidates -- Democrat, President Barack Obama, and Republican, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney -- have made repeated stops in the state in the hopes of winning support on November 6. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan in Las Vegas reports, economic issues top the list of concerns for most voters.

Voters in Nevada Focus on the Economy

Mike O'Sullivan

Published November 02, 2012

The western U.S. state of Nevada, which has the highest unemployment rate in the nation, is a key battleground in this year's presidential election. Both candidates -- Democrat, President Barack Obama, and Republican, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney -- have made repeated stops in the state in the hopes of winning support on November 6. As VOA's Mike O'Sullivan in Las Vegas reports, economic issues top the list of concerns for most voters.


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