Listen: Swing States Voter Voices

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Every AppNexus worker recently got a pair of Beats headphones. In open offices, they’re both a method of drowning out noise and a “do not disturb” sign. (Noam Galai)

Anna Sale is traveling the swing states, talking to to the most coveted — and besieged — voters in the country. In this first swing swing, we'll hear from voters in Colorado, Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio about what's changed in their lives since 2008 and what matters most to them for the next four years. Follow Anna in the Swing States on Twitter - @annasale, #annaswings


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Bill Sidhu from L.A. California

Anna,I really liked your coverage of taking the real pulse of the swing state voters. I watched your segment on PBS late last night. Excellent job.

I agree with you, this time voters are really confused and worried. There are very dark economic clouds looming over people's heads and it is amusing to see silly partisan games being played while this great nation is on the brink. People are looking for a real solution, not silly hardened left or right views and politics sorrounding those views.

I do have a real solution to both of our big problems - Economy, Jobs and Affordable, better quality healthcare. These two problems are in fact one and the same. I am a bestselling author of a book called "The Win-Win Solution to Reclaim our Economy and Jobs". I consider myself an expert in the health care cost reduction field. I of course would love to be a guest on your radio station. Give me a call and perhaps we can talk. It will be a very non-partisan fresh outlook at the whole problem.

Bill Sidhu

Mobile: 949-203-3920

Jul. 18 2012 09:53 AM
Louis from Jersey Shore

How do peopleJersey feel about Mr Romney raising money in Israel?

Jul. 12 2012 10:44 AM

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