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by Retirement Living TV, October 22, 2010
More on Elections 2010
The economy is always a key issue for 50-plus voters. But, this midterm election, older Americans want to know how the government is going to fix it. And they're not willing to accept mere sound bites.
Veteran political analyst Cokie Roberts explores the answer on the first of two segments of Prime Votes: Election 2010 National Forum, produced by Retirement Living TV. Roberts talks with Republican and Democratic leaders and journalists from around the country. And she fields audience members' questions that you might have asked.
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