By Carey Gillam DAYTON, Ohio, Feb 27 (Reuters) - This former manufacturing hub, now struggling with skyrocketing unemployment and foreclosures, presents a microcosm of woes faced by America's working class -- and voters are seeking answers from U.S. presidential candidates. Once a thriving hub for the U.S. auto industry, the Dayton metropolitan area now has thousands of out-of-work auto employees and one of the nation's highest foreclosure rates. A local food pantry for the unemployed ...
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