Hope your pantry’s stocked with some good munchies. If not, get thee to a grocery store. Tomorrow night at 9PM EST, you’ll want to turn off the phones, put small children to bed and hunker down for some good, old-fashioned infotainment. It’s time for the second presidential debate.
Be an exceptionally responsible American citizen and think of the debate as a research project. As you watch, pay close attention to the candidates’ views on specific issues, then list them under three columns: Agree, Disagree and No Opinion. Who is more in line with your thinking? If how healthy each candidate is might sway your vote, check out our update on their health.
If you’re still unsure, do some more research, using a variety of online or television sources to get a fair, unbiased (well, as unbiased as you can get these days) understanding of how the candidates plan to solve the nation’s problems. Not that they’re necessarily going to be able to do everything they promise, but hey, at least you'll know what you're getting in to.
Your vote counts, some would argue more now than ever. Be engaged, active and informed. We aren’t going to tell you whom to cast a ballot for, of course. Just have all the information at hand to make the best choice you can.