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Obama’s Supporters Remain Concerned about the Economyi
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Kane Farabaugh
November 07, 2012 1:36 PM
After a long and hard-fought re-election campaign, President Barack Obama successfully won a second term in the White House. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, although many of President Obama’s supporters celebrated the victory in his hometown of Chicago, they also acknowledged there is a great need for bipartisan support to create jobs and improve the economy.

Obama’s Supporters Remain Concerned about the Economy

Kane Farabaugh

Published November 07, 2012

After a long and hard-fought re-election campaign, President Barack Obama successfully won a second term in the White House. As VOA’s Kane Farabaugh reports, although many of President Obama’s supporters celebrated the victory in his hometown of Chicago, they also acknowledged there is a great need for bipartisan support to create jobs and improve the economy.


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