View Poll Results: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

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  • 1.)Barack Obama/Joseph Biden

    29 38.67%
  • 2.)Gary Johnson/James P. Gray

    16 21.33%
  • 3.)Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala

    11 14.67%
  • 4.)Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan

    26 34.67%
  • 5.) Write Ins / Other

    5 6.67%
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    This poll sucks. Why did you make it so you can choose multiple candidates?
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    This poll sucks. Why did you make it so you can choose multiple candidates?
    LOL and why does it suck, anyway the answer to your question is EASY, its multiple because of the question. "Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?"
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Well I had planned to vote for Romney, cause I thought he was better than Obama.

    But very recently (as in, the past day or so), I've suddenly started feeling this great disgust for both of them....


    So I may just end up voting for this johnson guy.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cilogy View Post
    In being realistic, either Romney or Obama will be president, so I'll chose the lesser of two evils and vote Obama, but I might just slip and vote for Jill Stein.
    Jill Stein is the lesser of all the evils.

    Vote for her and let the Democratic Party know that you aren't going to put up with the bull**** that they get away with when in charge of the executive when, if a Republican was doing the same exact thing, they would be pulling bitchfests all over.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Debated for a long time on it, but eventually decided on Obama.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cilogy View Post
    In being realistic, either Romney or Obama will be president, so I'll chose the lesser of two evils and vote Obama, but I might just slip and vote for Jill Stein.
    I went with the lesser of two evils, and chose Romney/Ryan.

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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective-J View Post
    Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or could you vote for?

    1.)Barack Obama/Joseph Biden
    Barack Obama

    2.)Gary Johnson/James P. Gray
    Gary Johnson 2012

    3.)
    Jill Stein/Cheri Honkala
    Jill Stein for President

    4.)
    Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan
    Mitt Romney for President | Mitt Romney for President of the United States of America in 2012


    5.) Write Ins / Other
    2012 Presidential Candidates (P2012)


    Obama and Johnson could get votes

    Stein and Romney could not


    Some write ins / others could get my vote



    My state screws 3rd parties and doesn't allow write ins for presidential elections and I am not voting for Romney or Obama. So that section of my ballot will be blank or scribbled out and I will be voting in other races, and ballot issues.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    My state screws 3rd parties and doesn't allow write ins for presidential elections and I am not voting for Romney or Obama. So that section of my ballot will be blank or scribbled out and I will be voting in other races, and ballot issues.
    Yeah that sucks I dont know why all states arent the same for that stuff, well I do know but they should all allow the same things in this case.
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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesrage View Post
    My state screws 3rd parties and doesn't allow write ins for presidential elections and I am not voting for Romney or Obama. So that section of my ballot will be blank or scribbled out and I will be voting in other races, and ballot issues.
    Yeah same where I live right now, it's quite frustrating.


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    Re: Presidential Election: Who are you voting for or might/could you vote for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    I am going to vote Not Obama
    I voted Romney, not because I like Romney, but I hate Obama more. Sad because I did vote for him in 2008, just because I hated the idea of voting to put Palin anywhere near the White House. I wish I could actually support a candidate once, rather than voting against a worse candidate.
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