To help everyone understand where each political candidate stands on scientific issues, the following was printed in Scientific American - a well-known, non-partisan science publication. Read the information below and make an Educated decision based on your feelings.
Science in an Election Year
Scientific American rates the candidates' answers to 14 science questions
More than a dozen science and engineering organizations worked with ScienceDebate.org to draft 14 top science questions to ask the two main presidential candidates this election year. Although President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney declined to debate these issues in person (at least as of press time), their campaigns provided written responses to the queries.