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Elections 2012 - Faculty Expert Mark Rom

Mark Rom, associate professor of public policy, reacts to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's choice of Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate and the impact this will have on the 2012 election. "Americans don't like the idea of government, but they like the things that government provides them in particular. If Ryan and Romney want to cut those things, they will face substantial resistance from Obama and I think substantial resistance from those independent voters that ultimately will decide the election," he says.

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