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The next president faces big challenges

» The All State Editorial Board Barack Obama or Mitt Romney are not going to have much time to celebrate victory after either of them wins the 2012 presidential election. While it may be exciting after either of them wins the vote of the people, they have a lot of ...

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New direction for nation

–bbigelow@my.apsu.edu If elected, Mitt Romney will work to end Obamacare. According to his website, “on his first day in office” he will issue an executive order to provide waivers to each state allowing them to opt out of Obamacare, and will then work with Congress to repeal Obamacare. Romney supports ...

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Letter to the Editor

» Brandon Marshall I am very glad to see that The All State took the time to research and present to the student body third-party presidential candidates Jill Stein (Green Party) and Gary Johnson (Libertarian). While in this current election I am a supporter of Barack Obama, I do believe ...

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Candidates should focus on voters, not each other

Ronniesia Reed –rreed24@my.apsu.edu One of the best aspects about the 2012 election is that it has gotten more people interested in politics and voting than many other elections. However, one of the worst aspects is the bashing the candidates have been doing toward each other. Many people know who they ...

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Obama moves U.S. forward

» RYAN WHIPKEY APSU COLLEGE DEMOCRATS PRESIDENT Guest Writer Many people are getting interested in whom to cast their vote for and may feel overwhelmed. I believe there is only one choice that will make our country stronger and that is to vote to re-elect President Barack Obama for another ...

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Final debate covers foreign policy

–kkittell@my.apsu.edu On Monday, Oct. 22, President Obama and presidential hopeful Gov. Mitt Romney faced off in the final presidential debate before election day on Tuesday, Nov. 6. While the subject of the debate was intended to be foreign policy, the discussion was often redirected to education and strengthening the American ...

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