How do you vote?
How do you vote? Do you spend hours researching ideology and history, minutes, seconds, gut reaction, vote party lines, vote name, gender, race, or how many teeth show on the campaign poster? Do you vote any levy down or vote for every school levy?
I vote for those I know some ideology about. I skip those who I know nothing about because I won't be a part of the problem by being an uneducated voter. I have voted down party line once, and voted against all incumbents once... But primarily I vote for those I know something about.
by SparklingJewel8 years ago
I was motivated to write this article after reading the following two articles:Is The Tea Party Simply A Symbol Of Public Anger Or Is It The Future of the GOP? (Sodahead)http://twurl.cc/21xrwhich was inspired byThe Tea...
by David Stillwell5 years ago
As voters, Why are we excepting either Romney or Obama as presidential candidates for 2012.The argument over leadership and leadership abilities, lost job, jobs sent overseas, economic policy, foreign policy, national...
by Bob Ewing6 years ago
In the last Canadian federal election only 61% of the prospective voters, voted. Do people stay away from the polls because they do not care about the outcome? Are they unable to choose?Why do you think people do not...
by Emer Kelly5 years ago
Do you think people should have to display an understanding of politics before being allowed to voteI don't mean an in-depth understanding, just a basic one of how government works and what each party/candidate stands...
by hockey8mn5 years ago
To the people who don't like either major candidate: who are you voting for and why?
by Rod Martin Jr5 years ago
What would it take to elect Gary Johnson as president?We may never agree on the small things, but who wants war, tyranny and economic strife? The Demopublicans and Republicrats both want more war, tyranny and government...
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