Every Vote Counts
The 2012 election is important to TIA, its members, U.S. businesses,
and the nation as a whole. Education and action are the key to ensuring
leaders are elected who will reflect our individual preferences.
This “Election Resource Guide” provides TIA members and
their employees with resources that identify how legislators and
candidates stand on key issues. TIA staff has attempted to identify only
well-respected, non-partisan information and voter guides that span
National, State and local elections. Also included are reminders on how
to register to vote. Every vote counts … members of the toy
industry can – and will – have an impact on the outcome of
the 2012 election.
DISCLAIMER: The Toy Industry Association does not endorse political
parties or candidates and there is no endorsement implied. The websites
listed below are provided for informational purposes only.
- Register to Vote
information, early and absentee voting and polling locations on Election
Day (zip code specific).
Learn more about
each Presidential candidate’s stance on key policy issues (Economy
and Jobs, Taxes and the Deficit, National Security, Health Care,
Immigration, and Energy and the Environment).
- National Association of Manufacturers Voter Guide
The NAM website provides you with a side-by-side comparison of
candidate positions on issues important to the manufacturing sector
(some zip code specific information is available).
NOTE: This Voter Guide was prepared using input provided directly
by the candidates; not all candidates returned information.
Vote Smart – Voter Guide
A non-partisan website
that offers a look at candidates running for office based on background
information, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances,
interest group ratings, and speeches and public statements.
Our industry can and will have an impact on the outcome of the 2012
election. Education and action are the key to ensuring leaders are
elected who will reflect our individual preferences.
Assistant Manager, External Affairs