After recently getting a master's degree in public health from Benedictine University, 33-year-old LaToya Hinton said health care is a major issue for her in this election. "I support Obama's health care policies and everything he's been trying to accomplish in the past four years," Hinton said. "My grandparents are getting older and have had issues with their insurance. I'm pushing for Obama's health care policies." Hinton said her new degree helped her land a job as a clinical research coordinator, and she's is in a better place than before Obama was president. She also believes Obama is more interested in the entire country's opinion, not just the upper class. "The president cares more about people; he's more of a people person," Hinton said. "Romney's writing off the 47 percent like they don't count. If he got in office, he wouldn't care about the people that didn't vote for him."
Abel Uribe, Chicago Tribune
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