Now that the presidential race is in full swing, it’s time for robust talking about issues and creating awareness about problems, which only seem to come to light when the American public is focused choosing a new national leader.

We’ve already heard some suggestions that are music to my ears, like radical overhaul of the Internal Revenue Service, repealing Common Core and restoring America’s position as a country that’s secure at home and respected abroad.

There’s one key issue, though, which both candidates and the press haven’t paid nearly enough attention to and, in my view, could be the determining issue for who sits in the White House in January of 2017: restoring manufacturing jobs.

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