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It's about 60+ days left until the election. Several questions come to my mind. I hope many others will add their opinions or questions.
# Seems like most polls think they have it mostly figured out. Swing states..... which states are going to be game changers ? There's the typical Ohio and Florida. Pennsylvania is said to be leaning Democrat because of Philadelphia and it's suburbs. I've heard Iowa could be very interesting. Seems like they have a lot of uneducated white males so it's a toss up. Nevada is said to be potentially interesting. Wisconsin is up in the air. Most states are expected to do what they always do......
Bernie is in New Hampshire tomorrow campaigning for team Democrat. I hope the event gets much press because he has much to offer. He's become nearly invisable the last 45 days.
When do we get specifics from the Republicans on how they will address anything at all. It doesn't seem that their members are looking for details except maybe How tall will the wall be ? Any other questions ? No, not really.
Military members were on a commercial tonight. I believe there may be a question/answer event scheduled where they can ask Clinton/Trump questions on issues they find important. I think it said Mat Lauer so I guess NBC would have that.
Jobs..... I think that's a major topic as persons on both sides of this race can agree more jobs would be good for this country. Hearing both speak about their ideas, approaches, and philosophy would be important. As stated above, we have just over two months left. No matter who you want to win, hearing how difficult issues would be addressed is something all Americans deserve to hear. I hope people start demanding more information and less BS - catch phrases - and expected replies. DT, how will you create jobs ? I won't let Hillary take your guns !!! and the crowd goes wild. That's the garbage we've gotten so far.
We need jobs, national security, economy, military, justice system, wealth inequality, enviroment, infrastructure spending, energy, taxes, immigration, foreign relations, fight against terrorism, campaign finance reform, and other things talked about with details and substance.
What are topics that you want to hear addressed ? What would a politician say that would get your attention ? What do you think needs to be talked about far more than it has been ?