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Who lost the middle class?

Oct 1, 2012
Commentator Michael Casey says the standard answers from the right and the left miss the point
Posted In: middle class

The product election

Oct 1, 2012
Companies are using the presidential election as a theme for their ads
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Oh, to live in a swing state

Oct 1, 2012
Take a journey through "campaign land" in the latest from our series examining election issues in swing states
Posted In: swing state, 2012 elections

Debate Night: It's the economy, smarty-pants

Oct 1, 2012
President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney meet for a debate on domestic policy. According to moderator Jim Lehrer's notes, the first three topics will be: the economy, the economy, and the economy.
Posted In: Election 2012, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama

Hospital PAC backs GOP House candidates

Oct 1, 2012
American Hospital Association's PAC spends almost $1 million on ads
Posted In: 2012 election, Medicare, hospital, super PACs

Nonprofit spends $8.2 million against Obama

Sep 28, 2012
Americans for Job Security's new ad attacks Obama on economic issues
Posted In: 2012 election, Barack Obama, Dr. Seuss, super PAC, Mitt Romney

Marketplace Live from KPCC in Pasadena

Sep 27, 2012
Join us in person and online for engaging conversation, lively interviews and fun as Marketplace hits the road for our first live event on Monday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. PT.

Missing this election: Third-party presidential candidates

Sep 27, 2012
1992 was a banner year for the third-party candidates. Like this election cycle, the economy was bad and people were concerned about the national debt. But no third-party candidate like Ross Perot has emerged.
Posted In: 2012 election

Veterans groups jump into U.S. Senate race in Arizona

Sep 27, 2012
VoteVets Action Fund and Majority PAC say Rep. Jeff Flake has failed America's soldiers
Posted In: 2012 election, arizona, veterans, super PAC

Personal income and its effects at the ballot box

Sep 27, 2012
Well we are 40 days away from Election Day here in the U.S. And there's some new polling about just how much a voter's income determines his or her vote.
Posted In: income, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, 47 percent

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