Voters in the United States head to the polls Tuesday to elect the next president in what is being described as one of the most critical races in our nation’s history. The pre-election numbers show it to be an extremely close race. That means the country is divided, which makes for some very definite opinions and emotions on the topic.
One thing is for sure: when the results are in, only one candidate wins and then the challenge is the nation rallying together in unified support for progress.
For many, this election is about the health of our nation’s economy (the number one issue Americans are concerned about) as well as the fate of the current federal legislation on health care.