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  • Presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump will participate in 3 national debates before the general election occurs on November 4th. Vice Presidential candidates Tim Kaine (D) and Mike Pence (R) will also have their own debate.
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  • Unless you live in Delaware, Montana, Oregon, or New Hampshire, you are well aware of exactly what your state (and/or local) sales tax is. Makes sense; you've had to pay it on almost every single item you've ever purchased from a retailer.
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