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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Candidates respond to voters economic fears

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (Reuters) - Facing job losses, rising mortgage rates and higher gasoline prices, U.S. voters in 2008 want their next president above all to listen to their anger and fix the economy.

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SOUTH BEND, Indiana (Reuters) – Facing job losses, rising mortgage rates and higher gasoline prices, U.S. voters in 2008 want their next president above all to listen to their anger and fix the economy.

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