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Poll: Who will you be voting for in November?

2020 Election  

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  1. 1. Who will you be voting for in November?

    • Biden
      29
    • Trump
      13
    • 3rd Party - Other
      11
    • Not Voting
      5
    • Jo Jorgensen
      8


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9 hours ago, Warbow said:

I guess a vote for Biden is actually a vote against Trump. 

Correct because at the end of the day those voting 3rd Party/other or not voting in the anonymity of the voting booth will likely vote Trump and he will win again.  Then God help us.   

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16 minutes ago, Nevada Convert said:

I’m sure he has issues with you for supporting out of control Wild animal looting.

ive got tons GIF

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7 hours ago, East Coast Aztec said:

Just think if Tulsi was still in it.  I would take her over the field in a heartbeat.  As of now, Trump has really become a 100% no for me.  But Biden?  Really?

EasyRepulsiveBarasingha-size_restricted.

She’s a female Trump, only she has a bigger dick.

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5 hours ago, SJSUMFA2013 said:

ive got tons GIF

You get a woody over burning down police stations and seriously think this kind of violence is justified. It is what it is, even if you joke about it. 

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Talking about voter fraud.  I wonder if not marking your ballot at all for President allows some partisan hack to vote in your place by marking it for you.   Those choosing not voting might want to consider that if you in fact submit a ballot.   
 

in fact this poll is a bit problematic as “other” isn’t on the ballot and not voting just let’s someone else mark it for you.   

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I believe a strong candidate to help repair the Republican Party in 2024 would be Chris Sununu, governor of New Hampshire. He’s a smart MIT grad, articulate, moderate in governance, and one of the highest approval ratings in the country. 

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13 minutes ago, bsu_alum9 said:

 

 

3 minutes ago, renoskier said:

:rolleyes: okay, next up...Susan Collins

Brow furrowing intensifies.

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23 hours ago, Del Scorcho said:

II think I know who Melania is voting for?

Melania's immediate thought upon hearing Mr. Grumpy's comment: "You mean despite still being married to you?"

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On 6/3/2020 at 11:29 AM, happycamper said:

I honestly don't know yet. 

This is me. I am torn between voting libertarian or voting Biden. I'm no fan of Biden, and I'm pretty much libertarian down the line of every issue. But I am increasingly thinking that a second Trump term is going to be such bad news. I just really don't know how we fare as a country with four more years of a toxic agent of chaos in the presidency. Since I'm in California, my vote doesn't matter... but if Trump pulls off a victory, it will almost certainly be an electoral college victory with the popular vote going to Biden. And the bigger the popular vote gap, the bigger the demonstration that he lacks popular support despite a technical win. Also, I fear the emerging populist right and so-called "common-good conservatism" more than I fear the progressive left. And I do fear the progressive left in a lot of ways. 

That's where I am today. It could change. So I couldn't pick one in good faith at this point.

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42 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

This is me. I am torn between voting libertarian or voting Biden. I'm no fan of Biden, and I'm pretty much libertarian down the line of every issue. But I am increasingly thinking that a second Trump term is going to be such bad news. I just really don't know how we fare as a country with four more years of a toxic agent of chaos in the presidency. Since I'm in California, my vote doesn't matter... but if Trump pulls off a victory, it will almost certainly be an electoral college victory with the popular vote going to Biden. And the bigger the popular vote gap, the bigger the demonstration that he lacks popular support despite a technical win. Also, I fear the emerging populist right and so-called "common-good conservatism" more than I fear the progressive left. And I do fear the progressive left in a lot of ways. 

That's where I am today. It could change. So I couldn't pick one in good faith at this point.

I hemmed and hawed about selling out for Hillary all the way to election day in 2016 but I did. I think I think I literally sighed and literally held my nose when I pressed her name. Would do it again though, and will vote Biden. Hopefully the stakes will be lower next time and/or we have a candidate that we actually want to vote for. 

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My Dad, who spent 30 years in the Air Force and always votes Republican, said his vote this year will be to get Trump out of office. He’s been pretty critical of Trump the past month or so, but I think the Mattis thing was the final straw.

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7 minutes ago, RamSack said:

My Dad, who spent 30 years in the Air Force and always votes Republican, said his vote this year will be to get Trump out of office. He’s been pretty critical of Trump the past month or so, but I think the Mattis thing was the final straw.

How about this response to Mattis...  if every Republican doesn’t stand up to this shit in Congress they deserve to be voted out of office...

"The phony protesters near Lafayette were not peaceful and are not real," Dowd's letter claimed, without citing any evidence. "They are terrorists using idle hate filled students to burn and destroy. They were abusing and disrespecting the police when the police were preparing the area for the 1900 curfew."

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14 minutes ago, RamSack said:

My Dad, who spent 30 years in the Air Force and always votes Republican, said his vote this year will be to get Trump out of office. He’s been pretty critical of Trump the past month or so, but I think the Mattis thing was the final straw.

I have some family members who are ex-military and staunch Republicans , kept standing up for Trump....but since Mattis letter they have gone quiet. 

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12 hours ago, BSUTOP25 said:

I believe a strong candidate to help repair the Republican Party in 2024 would be Chris Sununu, governor of New Hampshire. He’s a smart MIT grad, articulate, moderate in governance, and one of the highest approval ratings in the country. 

No one gives a shit about Chris Sununu. You should stick to your bad idea suggestions for your own party. Nikki Haley will beat everyone in 2024, even any of the Trump kids. Then she’ll destroy Biden’s bad VP female pick and do 2 terms. Book it. 

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10 minutes ago, Nevada Convert said:

No one gives a shit about Chris Sununu. You should stick to your bad ideas hurting your own party. Nikki Haley will beat everyone in 2024, even any of the Trump kids. Then she’ll destroy Biden’s bad female pick for VP and do 2 terms. Book it. 

You think Trump is going to lose now?

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