- Many said they would ask the candidates about domestic issues, such as the looming fiscal cliff and jobs creation.
- — JP Obienugh (@JP_Obienugh)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:31:40
- — Sheryl Johansen (@SherylJohansen)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:37:29
- Several of @WSJ's Twitter followers said they would ask how the candidates would work through political gridlock in Washington, D.C.
- — Mary Millard (@HRPRO2013)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:54:30@WSJ how would you get the house and senate to work together like they should to get things done instead of promoting division.
- — Sebastian Lagana (@SLaganaTBR)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:49:05@WSJ Can you, as President, foster an environment in which partisan rhetoric is finally put aside so the government can accomplish something
- Foreign policy also came up.
- — Bostonian in Gotham (@BostonianGotham)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:59:07
- Many said they would have more general questions to ask the candidates.
- — Nathan McNulty (@natemcnulty)Tue, Oct 16 2012 18:55:38
What Would You Ask the Presidential Candidates?
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