Before you make a choice, watch "The Choice"

October 8, 2012 Erik Ernst Leave a Comment

Watch Frontline: The Choice at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9 on Wisconsin Public Television.

Have you seen any political advertisements lately? Living in a swing state during a presidential election year is certainly a test for folks who don’t like the posturing and back and forth of the political cycle. For folks who can’t get enough of it, there is nowhere better to be than Wisconsin right now. Regardless of where you land on that spectrum, we can all agree that in informed electorate is the best electorate. That’s where Frontline‘s “The Choice” can help us all.

As they have done for many past elections, the political journalists at Frontline present a two-hour documentary that dives below the advertising rhetoric to uncover the issues, essential moments and experiences that have worked together to influence and shape President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney. It is an unflinching, unbiased look into the election and should be required viewing for everyone stepping into a voting booth. Voters on both sides of the political aisle will probably find surprises about the candidates they support and oppose. And undecided voters will find an in-depth look into the race. Tune in tomorrow before you make “The Choice.”

Watch a preview now:

Watch “The Choice 2012” Trailer on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

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