Imagine that a voter is a member of the working class as I am. One consideration that voter must face this November is which presidential candidate best understands his or her economic situation. One candidate was raised by a single mother and worked for everything he has accomplished. That candidate moved to an impoverished neighborhood to help its residents deal with the closure of a steel mill, and worked to find them new areas of employment. His opponent was raised in privilege and never wanted for any human need. This candidate also ran a financial firm working to maximize investor’s profits. Again, which candidate does that voter believe best understands their needs and will work to better their economic condition?