Provides Voters With Last Minute Education on Economic Topics

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There is a general lack of understanding not from neglect but from willful obfuscation.

With the presidential election today, many voters that remained indifferent are starting to get engaged in the political process. The many presidential debates made it clear that undecided and independent voters are becoming more engaged than ever as polls ran up to Election Day. Without many good non-partisan sources of information about important economic issues, it would be easy to become blind-sided with all the mud slinging that is going on.

To that end, has released an educational piece highlighting general principles that are intended to inform the public in a way that doesn’t try to win them to one party or another. “There is a general lack of understanding not from neglect but from willful obfuscation on the part of both candidates,” noted’s Editor, Chris Carrel. “We intend to do something about it. There is something that needs to be said about the economy and that is just a framework of the issues and terms and what they mean.”

In addition to the economy, there are plans in the works to release two additional segments in the series: one about foreign policy and our relationships with country’s abroad and energy policy and the different approaches and issues involved in providing power and energy to individuals, small businesses, and corporations. While it doesn't come in time for the election, it is a great opportunity to bring up issues that most people don't think about on a day-to-day basis.

For further information about our voter education post on the economy, readers can visit here:

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