Come Wednesday night, Kelly Bolte of Seymour plans to turn on her television and watch the first of three live presidential debates.
It will pair President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, as they talk about domestic policy issues.
Foremost on Bolte’s mind is the economy.
“I want to know what their plan is for creating more jobs and how we are going to keep the economy improving and the GDP (gross domestic product) going up,” Bolte, a waitress at Townhouse Cafe, said Monday.
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