Why Digital Expansion Could Save Black America

November 12, 2010  |  

(The Grio) — The votes are in. The message is clear. Jobs and economic recovery are of primary concern to voters, and those are the issues that should be front and center to elected leaders. The voters in campaigns across the country focused their discussion on how government and business could restore health to the nation’s economy and how elected officials can set policy to create jobs for 15 million unemployed men and women. Voters made clear in the town hall meetings and in rallies that they are most concerned about getting back to work and job security. Voters made it clear that supporting their families and creating opportunities for their children and grandchildren are their top priorities. As a former mayor, these are the concerns I have heard in my conversations with other elected officials and neighbors in my hometown.
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