Artur Davis
Former Congressman (D-AL)
Rep. Artur Davis served in Congress from 2003-2011 and was co-chair for President Obama's 2008 campaign. He voted against the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), and after years of disappointment with the president's policies, Rep. Davis endorsed Gov. Romney.
Jodi C.
Voter from Winfield, IL
Jodi is the proud mother of triplets and a former ICU nurse. She is also a lifelong Democrat. In 2008, she not only voted for President Obama, but she also contributed to his campaign. In 2012, she's excited to change her vote to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
Lynne B.
Voter from Davenport, IA
Lynne has always been a Democrat – until recently. An elementary school teacher for 40 years, Lynne supported Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Democratic primaries but ultimately voted for President Obama. Dissatisfied with his performance, she will be voting for Mitt Romney in 2012.
Dennis C.
Voter from Clive, Iowa
Dennis has been a Republican most his life, but voted for Barack Obama in 2008. In 2012, he is confident that the economic plans proposed by Mitt Romney will turn our country around. Dennis is casting his vote for Romney / Ryan. Learn more at WhyIChangedMyVote.com
Kim D.
Kim is a mother and a grandmother who has voted for Democrats her whole life. Never one to accept a bailout or a handout, Kim is changing her vote from Barack Obama to the team that can make the tough choices needed to turn our country around: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.
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In the last four years...
  • The debt of the United States has grown to a startling $16 trillion dollars — the largest total in our nation's history.[1]
  • As the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has reported, the Obama Administration has racked up 4 straight trillion-dollar plus annual budget deficits. [2]
  • Unemployment remained over 8% for 43 straight months — a first since the Great Depression.[3] The real unemployment rate — taking into account those who have stopped looking or who are working part-time and want more work — is almost 15%.[4]
  • More than 23 million Americans are out of work or underemployed.[5]
  • Because of this troubled economy, the number of Americans receiving food stamp assistance — more than 46 million in all — is at a record high, according to the government. [6]
  • The United States has slid from 3rd in ease of starting a new business to 13th in the world, trailing unlikely competitors like Rwanda and Macedonia.[7]
Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]
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