Americans, including those whose livelihoods are tied to the fortunes of the wood products industry, will head to the polls Tuesday, November 6, to either re-elect President Barack Obama or make him the first president since George H. Bush to be denied a second term of office.

While it’s clearly Obama battling former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for the White House, there are several third-party candidates on the ballot. Could one or more of them make a difference in a key state as Green Party Ralph Nader did in Florida’s infamous “hanging chad” 2000 election won by George W. Bush over Al Gore?

Which of the 2012 presidential candidates do you think can do the most to help the U.S. wood products industry?

Woodworking Network invites you to cast your vote and support your choice with a comment.

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