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A couple Obama voters

Lamontre Randall, a sophomore accounting major at the university, sat at a table in the far left corner of Stamp Student Union’s Colony Ballroom at the election night party. “I love the atmosphere so far,” he said. Randall, who voted for Obama, said that the election party has not discriminated people of different beliefs. The room … Continue reading

Question 11: Lasting perceptions
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Question 11: Lasting perceptions

Romney said that he felt mischaracterized by the Obama campaign, and that he cared about the entire American population. He said he thinks that passion came from his religious background. Obama said that he values individual initiatives and risk takers. He brought up the 47 percent statement that Romney said earlier this campaign about those … Continue reading

Question 10: Addressing outsourcing of jobs
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Question 10: Addressing outsourcing of jobs

Romney and Obama both addressed the problem of American competition on a global market. We need to hold China accountable for “currency manipulation,” Romney said, which allows China to sell goods at lower rates and beat out American products. He also said we have to “make America the most attractive place in the world for … Continue reading