Swing Voters
Undecided/swing voters will decide who controls Congress and the White House after the upcoming elections.  This website focuses on the issues of most concern to these particular American voters.
"Swing voters" are those registered voters who determine the final outcome of close races for political office.  They are typically independent thinkers and sometimes remain undecided right up until the final moment before they cast their ballots.  Swing voters are usually not partisan in nature and tend to vote their principles over more cynical political realities. 

Swing voters also include those split-ticket voters who "vote the person" over "the party".  Regardless, if you are a "Kool-Aid drinker" for any candidate, political party and/or are NOT truly open to changing your mind regarding whom you will vote for (or against?) in this upcoming election, then you are not a swing voter.
Pro-Freedom Links
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Top articles of interest to swing voters:
'Moral values' a surprise factor in Bush victory: experts
American Civil Liberties Union
The American Conservative
Evangelicals Say They Led Charge For the GOP
Amnesty International
Election Reinforces U.S. Religious Divide
Conservatives Win, Moderates Lose
The Cato Institute
Ethnic Minorities Supported Kerry Over Bush
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Criticizing Israel is Not Anti-Semitism
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Bush May Support Sharon, But Jewish Voters Back Kerry
Gun Owners of America
Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership
The Brownshirting of America
"...Hersh spills the secrets of the Iraq quagmire and the war on terror"
Tyranny Response Team
Guantanamo has "failed to prevent terror attacks"
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Asian Pacific Islanders on the 2004 Election
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2004: The Critical Catholic Voter
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