How Presidential Candidates Should Talk About Money

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Are you happy with your savings account, 401k balance, paycheck, tax bracket or other people's tax brackets?

Money matters are one of the dominant issues always in our lives. They're some of the biggest decisions our elected officials make every day, or should make, and  they'll be some of the most talked about matters in this coming election.

Derek Eadon served as Barack Obama's 2012 Iowa State Director. Jeff Angelo served as a Republican State Senator.

There is some angst out there regarding the middle-class squeeze. The political insiders talk about how they think presidential candidates should talk about the uncomfortable topic of money.

Up next…

Derek Eadon and Jeff Angelo knew the last two major party candidates for president, so they're watching the 2016 candidates.

On Part 3, how each one is different from the previous nominee and what it would take to win.

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