Would you say you, yourself are better off financially than you were when Obama became president, not as well off, or in about the same shape as then financially?
Marc Tormohlen explains his economic situation living in a small town in the eastern plains of Colorado, where the recession didn’t hit as hard as it did the front range and metropolitan areas of the state.
See more responses to this question on The Post’s Liberty: Through the Lens project, the second in a series of photo and audio essays on Virginia voters’ opinions as they wrestle with the issues of 2012.
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