Election 2000: It's Your Money

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Hail to the chief, but who's the chief that we'll be hailing?

That's the big question as (less than half of) Americans head out to the polls Tuesday to elect the first U.S. president of the third millennium. There are lots of meaty issues swirling around this election -- abortion, education, the environment, our national defense, to name a few. As your partner in this great experiment called democracy,

TheStreet.com

is offering a tighter focus for our election coverage: your wallet.

There are plenty of good reasons to rouse Americans from their collective voter apathy, and many of them pivot around what the candidates have pledged to do with your money -- your tax money, your investments, your retirement booty, your estate and your college savings. Some of the biggest differences between

Democratic

Presidential Candidate and Vice President

Al Gore

or

Republican

Presidential Candidate and Texas Gov.

George W. Bush

involve your greenbacks. Do you know what they are?

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has examined many of the differences in recent weeks, and rolled out a slew of articles worth checking before you head to the polls.

It's the Wallet, Stupid: A Voter's Guide to Investing Issues

Bond Market Braces for Election Outcome

Bush vs. Gore: The Winners and the Losers

Who Will Win the Race for President?

The Ballot Dance

Here's a sampling of columnist Dan Gross' insights on the money matters this election season.

The Dow of Elections Theory

The Digital Divide

Gore, Bush and Big Tobacco

Who Can You Antitrust?

It's the Energy, Stupid

Presidential Portfolio Makeovers

You can tell a lot about a person by what he owns; for example, Pat Buchanan's heavy on gold and cash. Here's K.C. Swanson's six-part look at the presidential and vice-presidential portfolios, with some suggestions from top financial planners for the men who would be chief.

GOP Candidate George W. Bush

Democratic Candidate Al Gore

Green Party Candidate Ralph Nader

Reform Party Candidate Pat Buchanan

Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate Joe Lieberman

GOP Vice Presidential Candidate Dick Cheney

Who do you think will win the presidential election?

George W. Bush.

Al Gore.