Before you vote, peruse this summary of the candidate:
Time Dollars were devised as a way to measure--and thus encourage--community service, or other work that typically goes unpaid. Time Dollars are backed by hours of service. By providing an hour of your time (shoveling snow, answering phones, caring for children, giving rides, teaching Esperanto, etc.), you earn an hour of service from someone else in the community. A central system, similar to the LETS registry, keeps track of credits and issues Time Dollars accordingly.
Visit the national Time Dollar Network page for more information.
proceed to the voting booth, where you can vote on Time Dollars