As a nation, we have a big decision to make next year. Who do we want heading up our foreign and domestic policies? Do we want a president who will finally take action against climate change? Or maybe we want the guy still cooling his heels and denying its existence. Will we leap forward in space development, or will we be stuck in the stone age?
Let's face it, that last question might be the real kicker when you're in the voting booth next November. To help you get a sense of where they all stand on NASA funding, we've ranked the 2016 presidential candidates (well, the important ones) by NASA-friendliness, based on statements they've made along the campaign trail and how they've behaved towards space exploration in the past.