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Swing voters may sway US elections
Suburban swing voters say they will vote for candidates who they feel can fix the economy.
Last Modified: 20 Oct 2010 20:19 GMT

In the upcoming US midterm elections, the big issue for many people across the country is the struggling economy.

Suburban swing voters, who switch their party allegiance from one election to the next based on the issues, say they are going to cast their ballots for who they think can fix it.

Rosiland Jordan reports from Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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