By Adam Bitely
With just over two weeks to go until Election Day, the economy is
the number one issue driving voters in their decision making process
for which candidates they will support. States that have been hardest
hit during the Great Recession are proving to be the battleground this
election cycle. If you look at the unemployment situations in Michigan,
Ohio, and Pennsylvania, it’s not hard to see why voters want to change
the direction of their leadership.
Democrats took control of Congress in the 2006 midterm elections.
Since then, Democrats have controlled nearly all aspects of the Federal
government. Over that period of time, they have been at the wheel of an
economy that has taken a turn for the worst and does not appear to be
turning around anytime soon.
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