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Four "American Indicators," people who represent different parts of the economy in different parts of the country, talk about their politics as the presidential election looms. Courtesy of Arch City Defenders, Winton Machine Company, Bhavesh Patel and the Just One Project hide caption

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We, The Voters

Four 'American Indicators' share their view of the U.S. economy — and their politics

The economy is a top voting issue for many Americans. Four "American Indicators," people reflecting different sectors of the economy in different parts of the country, talk about their politics.

Four "American Indicators," people who represent different parts of the economy in different parts of the country, talk about their politics as the presidential election looms. Courtesy of Arch City Defenders, Winton Machine Company, Bhavesh Patel and the Just One Project hide caption

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Courtesy of Arch City Defenders, Winton Machine Company, Bhavesh Patel and the Just One Project

We, The Voters

Four 'American Indicators' share their view of the U.S. economy — and their politics

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Four 'American Indicators' share their view of the U.S. economy — and their politics

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A group of volunteers check on homeless people living in a park in Grants Pass, Ore., on March 21. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court appears to side with an Oregon city's crackdown on homelessness

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