As a small business publicist, I’ve been watching all of the political debates and television commercials with much interest. Some of the comments and images anger me and others make me think – “Is that true?”
Beware of media opinions.
As many of you know, PR specialists carefully train candidates on what to say and how to say it in order to generate the most votes. And many media venues and reporters use the “power of the press” to slant stories in favor of certain candidates and issues.
With all of this going on, it can be easy to get lost in thedrama, visual images and emotional statements involved with the election.
Are you falling into their trap?
I know we are all worried about the economy, health insurance and other small business issues right now. But this is not the time to get lazy.
It’s important to review what the candidates support and what the various propositions entail.
Instead of “going with the flow” and simply following what you see, hear and read in the news, please do me a favor and conduct a little bit of research.
Get the real facts and make your own decision…You may be surprised at what you find.
And with the way the world is now, wouldn’t it be better to discover those hidden truths and false statements prior to casting your vote?
Check out your local State Board of Elections and sites like these for more information: