Why Should I Vote for You? The Economy

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Our series 'Why Should I Vote for You?' continues with a look at the economy. Representatives of the Bush and Kerry campaigns will take your calls and answer email sent to TOTN@NPR.ORG.


Gene Sperling, senior economic adviser to the Kerry campaign; national economic adviser to President Clinton.

Ben Satterfield, owner-operator of Mug-a-Bug Pest Control, Inc. in Lawrenceville, Ga.

Tim Adams, policy director for the Bush campaign; chief of staff at the Treasury Department under President Bush, 2001-2003

Wendy Meath, lost her job after 31 years; now back in school.



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