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On Nov. 6, 2012, the president, every seat in the House of Representatives seat and 33 Senate seats are up for vote.
The 2012 General Election is more than just a decision between two candidates. This election will determine the kind of government we will have and the kind of nation our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren will inherit from us.
The next president elected along with the Congress could make crucial decisions about our economy, Social Security and health care that will affect all Americans for future generations.
As citizens, we must be concerned and exercise our right to vote. We have the right to choose who makes our decisions. No matter who you are, how much money you make, or the kind of work you do – your vote counts. It is your given right, privilege and responsibility to make a difference.
I believe President Obama is distorting his positions and trying to fool the American people with inaccurate attack ads against Romney, both on a personal basis and a policy basis.
Save the United States … Remember the White House is “our” house. Do you want style or substance? Vote carefully this election.