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Old 01-20-2011, 12:36   #1
TriggerFinger
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A vote not to vote

I have not seen this, but heard its out there.

When voting for the next office, and you don't like either/all running parties, should there be an option to choose not to choose?

You still take the stand to vote, but your vote would mean you will not cater to the lesser of the evils.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:08   #2
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I have not seen this, but heard its out there.

When voting for the next office, and you don't like either/all running parties, should there be an option to choose not to choose?

You still take the stand to vote, but your vote would mean you will not cater to the lesser of the evils.
You could always do a write-in vote, but that generally doesn't work well, as it traditionaly siphons votes away from the challenger and gives them to the incumbent.

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Old 02-04-2011, 08:48   #3
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Mo Senate

I had to hold my nose in the Missouri 2010 election from the Senate.
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