Have your say: Economy helped shape election climate

After today voters will be given a reprieve from political ads, polls and forecasting.

No longer will they have to filter through mailboxes regularly filled with candidates’ fliers to get to their magazines, bills and letters. No more five-minute commercial blocks from candidates demonizing each other while praising themselves.

Television viewers won’t find any more contentious presidential debates or detailed analyses on which candidate has the best chance at being elected to the White House.

At the end of today, it’s all over.

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