Capitalizing on the Pain Point

With a week to go until Election Day, we are awash in headlines, pundits, and campaign ads that argue for one candidate or the other. Despite all the blustering and would-be promises, there are a number of key issues that remain, including accelerating job creation, improving incomes, dealing with the country's debt and averting the fiscal cliff.

Those are not the only issues, however. There are several others and one of them is the country's aging infrastructure. The Washington D.C. and Maryland region needs more than $100 million a year to fix bridges, Virginia needs $125 million a year to repave crumbling roads in suburban Washington, and D.C. needs $806 million to replace a rusting bridge across the Anacostia River....388 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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