Canada votes tomorrow, a federal election that will decide how our country is run for the next few years.
For the most part it has been an ugly, uninspiring campaign full of unsubstantiated rumour, fear-mongering, and a whole lot of promises without a lot of detail.
Canadians have a difficult choice to make.
We must take into account the misinformation and misdeeds of the past weeks and years. We have to ignore the polls and the politics, and consider the policies, party platforms and promises laid out during the campaign.
Then we have to go deeper and take a closer look at the character and commitment of the local candidates and the leaders.
We have choices.