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GlobalPost asked our non-American Twitter followers to answer two questions: Who would you vote for, Obama or Romney? And what foreign policy affects you most?

Campaigns spent $30.33 per second for your vote

President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney spent a combined $30.33 every second this election cycle, as a binge of campaign spending deluged voters with rallies, banners, and of course, TV ads.

Has Obama been good for millionaires?

The question of whether Americans are better off than they were four years ago depends, of course, on the American. For the 12 million unemployed, the answer is most certainly no. But for many of America's millionaires, the answer may be more affirmative.

Poll: Despite short shrift, Mexico would stick with Obama

If they could vote in the US election, 58 percent of Mexicans would re-elect Barack Obama but many are disappointed with his handling of the drug war, immigration and trade relations, says a new survey.
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Outgoing Mexican President Felipe Calderon (R) welcomes US President Barack Obama to the G20 Summit of Heads of State and Government in Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico on June 18, 2012. (Bertand Langlois/AFP/Getty Images)
BOSTON, Mass. — If Mexico were a battleground state in the US election, President Barack Obama would have nothing to fear there. He'd crush Republican challenger Mitt Romney.

Most memorable moments of the presidential campaign (VIDEO)

After today, there will be no more campaign commercials, no more e-mails from Mitt Romney or President Obama asking for money, and sadly, no more opportunities for the candidates to say funny things.

Funniest celebrity election videos

If you vote, Will Farrell will eat his toe nails. Joss Whedon thinks Romney will "put this country back on the path to the zombie apocalypse.” And Lena Dunham wants girls to "do it" with the right guy.
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Actor Clint Eastwood speaks to an an imaginary President Obama sitting on an empty chair during the final day of the Republican National Convention at the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Aug. 30, 2012 in Tampa, Florida. ( Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
America is not without a sense of irony.

US election: Chinese-Americans react to China-bashing

BOSTON — Many Chinese-Americans interviewed take the candidates' negative comments about China with a grain of salt, and agree that the reality is such that the relationship between the world's two largest economies must remain cordial. Still most said that, if elected, Romney's policies would adversely affect the relationship between China and America, since Romeny has pledged to label China a "currency manipulator."

Paul Ryan: Obama compromises America's 'Judeo-Christian values'

Paul Ryan, the vice presidential GOP candidate, said on the campaign trail Sunday that President Obama's "liberal agenda" is compromising America's "Judeo-Christian values."
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