Seal of the President of the United States

Over the past year or so, Americans have consumed tens and hundreds of hours of information about the 2012 Presidential Election. From speeches to rallies to debates and advertisements, we have heard everything there is to be said from each of the candidates. Both candidates have made their appeals to the voting public regarding their direction for the country over the next four years.

While we have two candidates that have may have different plans for improvement, it is important to realize that the best interest of the American people is always at the forefront of their decisions. Both Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will work to rectify issues that Americans are facing each day. As a business owner, there are many concerns that I have about the direction of the country and I have enjoyed hearing from both candidates what it is they plan to do to correct them.

Every vote counts in the 2012 Presidential Election on November 6!

Over the past few months, I have noticed a lot of accusations and insinuation aimed at both of the candidates. A lot of the people I have talked to agree that this election is very important, but their opinions of candidates are uncertain because of the negativity that is sometimes portrayed. I found that the Wall Street Journal offers a very good comparison of the candidates. There is a lot to learn about the candidates and this is a sound resource.

One of the most powerful rights we have as Americans is the ability to voice our opinions in an election. During critical times in this country, we hope that you will exercise your right to vote tomorrow, on Election Day. The old saying rings true as the campaigning draws to a close: Your vote counts!

Ben Bassi
By Ben Bassi

Founder and CEO of CommonPlaces, is a seasoned Internet veteran and marketing executive. His extensive experience in Web-related business dates back to the early ‘90s; with a career specializing in digital strategy, planning, and marketing.

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