Republican Debate Underscores It's a Perry Romney Race: Social Security Divide Clearly Emerges

September 2011
Moderate Voice;9/8/2011, p9
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The article focuses on the first Republican Party 2012 presidential debate in Simi Valley, California on September 7, 2011. It states that the debate affirms that the presidential election will be a race between two Texas Governor Rick Perry and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. It highlights the two candidates' qualifications for the position and the significance of U.S. President Barack Obama's jobs speech. It also presents blog reactions and the press' comments on the debate.


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