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What are voters thinking about as they go to the polls? Here’s a breakdown of the issues

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MILWAUKEE — Voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, November 8th with one thing in mind. They are voting for what they believe is a better future for themselves — and this nation.

What are those voters most concerned about? What are the issues that drive them to the polls? The interactive graphic below begins to tell the story.

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One of the biggest issues facing our nation is that of crime. Clearly, the two candidates have different approaches to dealing with crime. The interactive graphic below shows their differences — as well as quotes each has had on the issue.

 

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  • liberty

    I asked a coworker who is a Liberal if Hitler was running for president would he vote for him? He said yes, because the Democratic party would have a good reason for it. Total trusting.

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