By  on August 21, 2012

WASHINGTON — To borrow a phrase from Bill Clinton’s 1996 campaign, “It’s the economy, stupid.”

Whether they like it or not, the state of the country’s financial affairs — from national debt and trade to jobs and health care costs — will undoubtedly be the main themes of the Democratic and Republican presidential conventions late this month and in early September as President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney are formally anointed at the top of their respective party’s ticket.

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