The next president of the United States will have enormous influence—for good or ill—on US and international approaches to nuclear weapons, climate change, and other global threats to civilization. If you live in the United States and are a registered voter and haven't voted "early," you have the opportunity to choose the next US president tomorrow, and I suggest you seize that opportunity, hard.
But before you do, I also suggest that you read some of what the Bulletin's authors have written, lo these last many months, about the ramifications of what will almost certainly be judged as the most unusual presidential race to this point in history:
If you haven't voted yet, before you go to the polls you might also want to take a look at the New York Times' excellent pre-election coverage (it's free to all, through Wednesday evening), particularly its entertaining explanation of this year's presidential campaign, linked below. Which I'm sure you will. Because you are smart and engaged and concerned enough about our common future to be reading the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
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