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Ohio Independent Voter Sounds Off

by Kymberly Bays, published

Undecided voters are of course getting quite a bit of ink this election cycle, as both parties target their support.

The New York Times had a chat with an independent voter in Ohio.

I don’t see either party giving me any benefits whatsoever in my life, because there’s such a deadlock. They’re equally to blame. You’ve got Congress and the Senate and the Republicans and the Democrats — they’re not going to meet in the middle. They don’t care about the middle-class person. They’ve got all the lobbyists in their back pocket. We elect them, but they don’t listen to us.

Head over to The Caucus for full video and transcript of their conversation.

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