With just five weeks to go, the 2008 general election is creeping up on us.
I don’t think anyone really needs me to say just how important this election is.
As a nation, we’re in a scary place. The financial crisis weighs heavy, or should, on everyone’s mind. Whoever wins in November — for president, Senate or House — will have some serious work to do.
We have a unique right that, even in this historic year, only about half of all Americans are likely to exercise.