Michael Stratford

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With the presidential campaign now focused on personalities and family histories, how is a voter to know how either candidate might actually govern?

How will Clinton and Trump deal with college debt?

With the presidential campaign now focused on personalities and family histories, how is a voter to know how either candidate might actually govern?

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