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  • Looking out for Main Street

    President Obama is looking out for Main Street. Mitt Romney's looking out for his friends on Wall Street.

    President Obama is looking out for Main Street. Mitt Romney's looking out for his friends on Wall Street.

  • He’d repeal Wall Street reform

    Mitt Romney plans to repeal Wall St. reform—letting Wall St. write its own rules again. Share this if you agree Main St. can't afford to go back.

    Mitt Romney plans to repeal Wall Street reform—letting Wall Street write its own rules again. Share this if you agree Main Street can't afford to go back.

  • The GOP’s extreme platform

    The GOP has adopted an extreme platform that is incredibly out of touch. Take a look at just ten of the policies Republicans hope to enact under a Romney presidency.

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  • Two years of Wall Street reform

    Two years in, Wall Street reform is protecting Main Street. See how you benefit—and share this image with your friends.

    Two years in, the Wall Street reform that President Obama and Democrats fought for is protecting Main Street. See how you benefit—and share this image with your friends.

  • Mitt Romney's web of influence

    Romney's Washington "policy meeting" today is a glimpse into the major web of influence in Romney's world: As millions of dollars flow into Romney's campaign fund from special-interest heavy hitters like these, Romney is taking positions that will directly benefit their industries.

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  • Change

    President Obama spoke eloquently about what real change looks like—rescuing an auto industry in crisis, reforming our health care system, ending ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell,'' bringing our troops home from Iraq, and more.

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