Tuesday, February 5, 2008

If you can't make up your mind...

you can always vote for one of the candidates based on their roster of celebrity and political endorsements.

This is a terrible way to choose who to vote for. Listen to what the candidates have to say for themselves, read up on their policy plans, look at their records and history.

But if you really can't decide and you don't want to take my advice, or just see what happens once you get inside the booth. If you need to know who Scarlett Johansson is voting for, the New York Times can help you scratch that itch.

The Times latest interactive political parser breaks down the endorsement field for the remaining candidates in a fun and creative way. Similar to the manner in which the Times has been deconstructing the debates.

(via Threat Level)

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