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Where Obama, Romney stand on economic issues

President Obama, at a campaign event in Las Vegas last week. Mitt Romney, at a campaign event at the University of Miami last week.

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President Obama, at a campaign event in Las Vegas last week. Mitt Romney, at a campaign event at the University of Miami last week.

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With only two days before the 2012 presidential election, the two candidates – President Barack Obama, a Democrat, and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, a Republican – are battling for every vote in what most polls indicate is an extremely close race. The economy is the top issue for many Americans. Here’s where candidates stand on major economic issues.

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