Cynthia Kopp and her dog Aires wait for customers at a farmers market, Saturday Oct. 6, 2012, in Doylestown Pa. Kopp, 56, lost her accounting job in the recession and now works part-time as a supermarket cashier and comes to the farmers market each week to sell $5 bags of her gourmet dog biscuits. "If Aries could vote he would vote for Romney," Kopp said. "Because mommy needs a job and she thinks Romney is the only candidate that could help get her one."(AP Photo/ Joseph Kaczmarek)

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Cynthia Kopp and her dog Aires wait for customers at a farmers market, Saturday Oct. 6, 2012, in Doylestown Pa. Kopp, 56, lost her accounting job in the recession and now works part-time as a supermarket cashier and comes to the farmers market each week to sell $5 bags of her gourmet dog biscuits.  "If Aries could vote he would vote for Romney," Kopp said. "Because mommy needs a job and she thinks Romney is the only candidate that could help get her one."(AP Photo/ Joseph Kaczmarek)
Cynthia Kopp and her dog Aires wait for customers at a farmers market, Saturday Oct. 6, 2012, in Doylestown Pa. Kopp, 56, lost her accounting job in the recession and now works part-time as a supermarket cashier and comes to the farmers market each week to sell $5 bags of her gourmet dog biscuits. "If Aries could vote he would vote for Romney," Kopp said. "Because mommy needs a job and she thinks Romney is the only candidate that could help get her one."(AP Photo/ Joseph Kaczmarek)