Going into the presidential election, more voters thought the job situation in the country had gotten worse than better over the last eight years, and Democrats largely looked past the economic issues.
Going into the presidential election, more voters thought the job situation in the country had gotten worse than better over the last eight years, and Democrats largely looked past the economic issues. Lynne Sladky The Associated Press
Going into the presidential election, more voters thought the job situation in the country had gotten worse than better over the last eight years, and Democrats largely looked past the economic issues. Lynne Sladky The Associated Press

If the election taught Democrats anything, it’s that jobs are key

January 12, 2017 5:00 AM

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