Make Staying on Top of Election News a Cinch
If you're anything like me, you're neck deep in news about the election and the economy -- and frustrated by how much of it is filled with misinformation or leaves you with unanswered questions. And with the election just a month away, it's more important than ever to be able to cut through the mainstream media's noise machine and zero in on the news you need. That's why AlterNet is launching a special, daily election newsletter. Besides keeping you up to speed on what's happening in the world, we'll dig deeper to report on what it all means for you. That's what we do best, and that's why 3 million people get their news from us each month. Now you can too -- for free.
Signing up is easy, only takes a minute, and will make staying on top of the news a cinch.
You can count on AlterNet to bring you stories that explain things like how the bailout plan will affect your life if it passes, and how the candidates' health care plans would affect your current coverage if they're approved.
AlterNet can help you keep up with the avalanche of information that's coming your way this election season -- and digest what it all means for you with our new daily election '08 newsletter, beginning this Friday and lasting through Nov. 4. We promise not to overwhelm you, but to send you a good balance of what you need to know. Each day, we'll compile the best stories from around the Web, and we'll bring you articles we produce on crucial topics that you can't get anywhere else, including in-depth election guides with side-by-side comparisons of where Barack Obama and John McCain stand on the biggest issues of the day, from the environment to the economy.
And speaking of the economy, if the bailout has you stymied, be sure to sign up for our Corporate Accountability and Workplace newsletter. As the financial crisis unfolds, we'll be sending out special updates in that newsletter too.
So sign up and give us a try. We'll help you save your time -- and your sanity.