My colleague Robb Mandelbaum, who has chronicled the presidential election and the issues affecting entrepreneurs as well as any reporter in the country, offered up a simple, but important reminder in his blog this morning -- regardless of who you decide to cast your ballot for, get out there and vote.

For those of you still on the fence, we've created a handy election quiz. Simply answer the questions, click "submit" at the bottom of the page, and you'll see where Barack Obama and John McCain agree -- and disagree -- with your views.

At Inc., we consider ourselves "The Handbook of the American Entrepreneur." As we've been reminded in the final weeks of the campaign -- refreshingly so, for those of us who follow small, fast-growing companies for a living -- entrepreneurs really are the engine that powers so much of the American economy.

And without waxing too philosophical here, what you do every day -- employ people, provide a service, help make our economy stronger -- is, fundamentally, patriotic. So today, on election day, add one more patriotic duty to your to-do list:

Vote.