Sound Off for November 1st: Has the state of the economy changed the way you plan to vote?

Published On: Nov 01 2012 02:32:14 PM PDT
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The monthly U.S. jobs report will be released as scheduled tomorrow despite earlier concerns that Superstorm Sandy might force the Labor Department to delay its release.

The report on hiring and the unemployment rate for October will be the final jobs report before Election Day on Tuesday.

Today, payroll provider ADP says private businesses added 158,000 jobs in October.

ADP says there was growth in construction, transportation and utilities, financial activities, and services.

Manufacturing was the only sector that lost jobs.

The report only covers hiring in the private sector, so it excludes government job growth, the Labor Department will release its report tomorrow.

The economy has been a hot topic this election.

What changes would you like our newly elected officials make to get the economy back on track?  Has the state of the economy changed the way you plan to vote?

Comment below or e-mail us at soundoff@kxly.com.