If you're not voting for Trump or Clinton in November, for whom will you vote?
Both candidates have high unfavorability ratings, and many Americans are disenchanted with the two options available from the major partys. Will you vote for a third party candidate, and if so, who? Or will you choose not to vote at all?
I've decided to vote because there are 34 Senate seats up for grabs. After that, I have no idea what I'll do. No way will I vote for Hillary or Sanders as I believe in Conservative ideals and values. The problem with Trump is that he has some progressive ideals as well.
Furthermore, anyone who admires Putin, as Trump says he does, is problematic, to say the very least. So for now, when I go to the polls, I'll focus on all the other votes that may make a difference. Hx, you already know how I feel about Trump, so I won't say anything more about him on this post.
Hope you get some better answers. Lol.
by ptosis19 months ago
If Trump & Clinton are so despised then why not vote third party?The Founding Fathers were vehemently against a national party (faction) system, especially a two-party model. 2016 3rd party Prez...
by N B Yomi21 months ago
I won't be voting in the 2016 election, as all the candidates who did seem to have good sense lost, and the two vying for office... Don't seem to be very bright... But aside from that, it feels like a set up, as a means...
by Grace Marguerite Williams16 months ago
WHY would ANYONE even vote for Donald Trump at THIS juncture?
by Man from Modesto5 years ago
Do you research candidates before voting? How could anyone vote for Romney or Obama?I wrote articles about a local Modesto mayoral election in 2012. Though I was on the first Google results page for the biggest search...
by Mike Russo13 months ago
Should Trump have ordered major investigation into voter fraud of him not winning the popular vote?This is what Trump did with the Birther Movement. He made allegations of Obama not being born in this country and...
by chanroth6 years ago
Just happen to read the news today, 67% say they are voting for another candidate, 27% said yes and the rest is not sure. Therefore, what is your opinion, well you vote?
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