Americans don’t care about the federal budget the way they did just three years ago.
Due to early national conventions and undecided primary races, time is short, and every active campaign should be starting to vet potential running mates now.
Fiscal projections now look substantially worse than they did just last year, let alone in 2010, when a new Congress was elected on campaign promises to rein in deficits.
Let’s not let disagreement on some issues prevent us from making measurable, bipartisan progress toward an improved voting process.
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