How do the candidates stand on the issues affecting business? Here’s a quick rundown that may or may not be helpful to you:

Governor Romney

is against a labor bill known as The Employee Free Choice Act that would make it easier for unions to organize.

President Obama believes in the Employee Free Choice Act. The Act aims to give employees a choice of whether to join a union or not, free of coercion.

Romney believes a Corporate Tax cut would have a significant impact over time. He believes it would stimulate the economy, create jobs, and encourage foreign investment.

Obama believes that America's future lies in developing new clean energy jobs that can be achieved by mandatory limits on carbon pollution.

Romney believes that businessmen—not politicians—are the ones who should negotiate trade with foreigners so that patents, designs, and technology are adequately protected.

Obama plans to invest in innovation and development by giving increased access to capital and by introducing a new Small Business Health Tax Credit.

Romney supports writing off a lot of capital expenditures for businesses to induce them to spend more, which will in turn cause other businesses to hire additional employees, creating more jobs.

Obama supports establishing a national infrastructure bank to use public and private capital to fund projects. He believes rebuilding the business infrastructure will create more jobs.

Gov. Romney opposes the National Health Care reform bill known as ‘Obamacare’ and vows to overturn it.

President Obama supports the new Health Care reform bill known as ‘Obamacare’ and vows it will remain in forward motion.

Happy voting!

Kathy Shertzer is office manager at DuKate Remodeling, in Franklin, Ind.