Elections 2016

September 6, 2012 5:55 PM

Presidential campaign offers sharpest choice since the 1960s

The 2012 presidential election’s battle lines are now sharper and the choices more vivid than at any time since at least the mid-1960s. Voters will not only select Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, they’ll send a message about the role of government that could reverberate and reshape how people pay taxes, get help when times are tough and manage their health care.

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