do you vote for one party all the time or do you change depending on each parties platform?
some people are liberals, others are conservatives or ndp etc. are you one of them or do you vote on what any party is offering?
My political views usually result in my voting Green, unless I particularly want the party in power to be out of it, then I have sometimes voted for the party I think more likely to have a chance of beating them. This has sometimes meant voting for a party that I have nothing in common with. Usually, though, I have regretted doing this.
I rarely vote for a person because of a symbol next to their name. As a fiscal conservative I have voted for some very social liberal democrats because of there voting record on fiscal issue. I find that if you use just the symbol to decide which person is better, you will often make the wrong vote for your beliefs.
I vote for a person based partially on what they say. Primarily I use the research I have done on the individual and their track record. Past actions speak a whole lot louder than present day promises.
I vote for one party because I am sincere to that party.
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