Let’s face it, one of these three candidates will be the next president of the United States. With big primaries coming up on March 4, that field may be narrowed even further if Sen. Clinton can’t pull out a victory in Ohio and Texas. Then again there are superdelegates to consider. But we won’t get into all of that.

Right now, the political news shows can’t get enough of analyzing the candidates. And as usual, it seems like the media is more focused on details that will discredit the current field of contenders. What kind of relationship did Sen. John McCain have with a lobbyist? What did Sen. Obama’s wife Michelle mean when she said for the first time in her adult life she was really proud of her country? And why did Sen. Clinton cry in New Hampshire? Was it premeditated?

Are these the best questions we can ask? I know that during an election year this is just the nature of the beast. But how many of you know what the candidates would do for the sheet metal industry? Who would be best in making sure that men and women in the trades are fairly represented in Washington?

The Sheet Metal Workers endorsed Sen. Clinton back in November. But what are your thoughts? Which of these three candidates will make sure you and your business prosper over the next four years?