For the five people who haven't yet decided how they're voting tomorrow, the Washington Post offers a useful overview of where the candidates stand on key issues that will affect people's wallets.
When it comes to jobs, Obama wants to expand the Family Medical Leave Act and invest in disadvantaged communities. McCain wants to lower corporate taxes to increase international competitiveness and create new jobs by building more nuclear power plants. When it comes to home ownership, Obama would put a 90-day moratorium on foreclosures. McCain wants to give homeowners the chance to modify their loans (as long as they meet certain criteria). And as for taxes, the candidates' plans are too complicated for quick soundbites.
How important is the economy to your vote tomorrow?