Inflation drives voters to the polls in November
Pennsylvania voters weigh in on what issues are driving them to the polls.
The U.S. is just over two months away from the Midterm election and voters across the country are eager to get to the polls. Something that’s driving many voters – inflation.
With control of the House and Senate up in the air, swing states like Pennsylvania are important for both parties.
Bob Hamilton is a Republican and has lived in Pennsylvania his whole life. Hamilton says inflation is out of control.
"How much more can we handle? I’m on social security, I’m on a fixed income," said Hamilton.
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