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Merkley Says Income Will Play A Part in Presidential Election

 

The Presidential election is about six months away, and there will be lots of discussions on the differences between President Barack Obama and (presumptive nominee) Mitt Romney. U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon says the growing income disparity in this country will be one of the issues voters will vote on. “I do think there's an enormous appetite to deal with the growing differential in income. Like in manufacturing, work that is outsourced, that is money not in this country and we lose the middle class and adds to that disparity.”
The candidates will each offer their vision for this country, and the role they want government to play.
 
 
 
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