Econintersect: For those few who have not been able to decide which presidential candidate to vote for, The Council on Foreign Relations has issued a special edition containing a vast array of position summaries for for both of the two major candidates. The material is comprehensive, very readable and non-partisan. The review is heavy on laying out the issues that will confront the next administration (something Econintersect feels has not been done at all well by either candidate).
The other areas covered include summaries of the two candidates platforms and statements (Comparing the Candidates on the Issues, Candidates and their Advisers in the pages of Foreign Affairs Magazine and The Candidates, In Their Own Words) plus reports on foreign views of the election and debates from third parties on tax policy.
Of course, some people may prefer other sources of information, such as media reviewed by the Pew Foundation, which will often tell them how they should vote.
- U.S. Presidential Election Guide (Council on Foreign Relations, November 2012)
- Media Negative on Presidential Election (GEI News, 02 November 2012)