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Elections: #Workingclass Opportunity to Vote to Improve America's Economy

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Our economy is making more money that ever. Our #workingclass citizens are not reaping the strength of our economy. Your November 4th 2014 vote is the way to improve the USA economy. The top 1% of the wealthiest of Americans are grouping together to get everything the desire. The workingclass are busy looking for the next paycheck, a new car, better living conditions. There has been a reduction in the jobless rate, but more should have been done. We have a political challenge in America and only voting will term limit the people who have caused the political challenges. November 4th is the opportunity for workingclass Americans to improve the US economy.

Politicians have failed to make decisions to improve lives of workingclass citizens

CEOs are outsourcing rather than hiring workingclass citizens

Courts are passing judgements against workingclass citizens and favoring the weathiest of the sides

Voting is not a chore. Voting is not a waste of time. Voting is a solution. Voting is the way for workingclass citizens to level the playing field. Politicians know the workingclass holds the power. CEOs know the workingclass holds the power. Courts know workingclass citizens will relieve them of their oppressive control to rule the workingclass, once the workingclass wise up and use the collective strengths to improve the USA economy. Yes the wealthiest 1% of America owns over 50% of the wealth of America and the wealthiest of Americans recognize the power is in numbers not money. The workingclass out numbers the wealthiest. The way to improve our economy is to vote.

Your vote on Nov 4th either improves, destroys or stagnates the US economy. How you vote today decides your ability to provide for your family today, your families opportunities in the years to come, and your retirement years.

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