Obama, Romney push economic themes in key states
GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — Returning to his economic message, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney claimed Thursday that his economic plan would generate 12 million jobs in four years. In Florida, President Barack Obama jabbed that Romney was offering nothing but "trickle-down tax cut fairy dust."
With Romney back on American soil following a weeklong overseas trip, the presidential rivals engaged in a back-and-forth on the economy in battleground states for the first time in weeks, a reminder of the No. 1 issue before voters. Romney has made the economy the main impetus for his White House campaign, and unfurled a report card giving Obama poor marks on job creation, foreclosures and incomes.
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