COLUMBUS, OH - AUGUST 21: U.S. President Barack Obama shakes hands with supporters at Capital University on August 21, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. President Obama began a two-day tour of Ohio and Nevada to discuss the choice in this election between two different visions of how to expand the economy. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

NBC Bay Area – If you’re one of the many coveted “undecided” voters when it comes to the race for President, and you’re looking for a little help beyond the barrage of ads … there’s an app for that.

Politify just launched, straight out of UC Berkelely. The Bay Area university that doesn’t get anywhere near the tech press of its southern neighbor Stanford has come up with something very cool. Politify’s slogan is “Personalize your politics,” and it lives up to it.

At the website (politify.us) or as an app, Politify lets you get personal. Put in your ZIP code, tax filing status, even income (it promises not to do anything with the data), and it will tell you how much money you’ll save (or lose) if Obama or Romney wins.

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