How do you choose a president — policies, personality, character, experience or judgment?

Posted Sept. 15, 2008, at 3:24 p.m.

Since the election is fewer than 50 days away, undecided voters are now beginning to lean toward John McCain or Barack Obama. Are you one of them? What sways you? Is it an analysis of their very different policies, and very different life experiences? Or is it an emotional connection to their personalities, as they come across on TV? Can voters accurately project how a candidate will handle a crisis? And what about their character, their moral compass — is this discernible? Is it important?

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