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With the election season in high gear, there's no shortage of political promises and assertions clambering for your attention, and it can be hard to separate spin from fact. That's why National Priorities Project released Election 2012: The Voter Guide, a suite of materials to help you cut through political rhetoric and get clear, unbiased information on what's at stake in 2012.
The Voter Guide includes the top six questions to ask candidates, plus one-page fact sheets on this year's most pressing issues - from health care and education to taxes and federal spending - and a side-by-side comparison of President Obama and Governor Romney in 12 key areas, including job creation, tax loopholes, and Medicare.
Explore the Voter Guide: