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pdnr

  30 days ago

“Trending Topics” November Midterm Elections: If a website asked questions regarding your position on a variety of issues and after answering them, you were told which political candidates best reflect your values, do you think people might be surprised?

I think that a lot of people have been told by family, peers and community leaders to always vote for a particular party and might be surprised were they to take such a quiz to find they actually support more of the positions held by candidates of the opposing party.

For instance, you may think that because a candidate emphasizes in their speeches, website and literature a particular position on issues such as healthcare or immigration, you ought to vote for them when you may be surprised to find that you disagree with other issues this candidate supports such as his or her position on the economy, taxes or social issues.
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SweetBeulahLand

  19 days ago
I've done that before and it was very interesting! A lot of issues I don't think most people even think about when considering a candidate. I know I didn't. Reply
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PunkinAnnie

  21 days ago
yep that is a good point for sure. Reply
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riviera911477

  23 days ago
Great idea ! And you are probably right, I think a lot of people would be surprised. For instance, I know for a fact that my brother and sister in law are staunch republicans, and now, so are all three of their kids... I do not like to get in political conversations with friends or family because I do not like to argue, lol...but I do find it interesting that the things these kids talk about, they are more democrat than republican...funny. Reply
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echien

  23 days ago
I agree Reply
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becky51

  28 days ago
I agree with you. Reply
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bekib270

  28 days ago
No comment Reply
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jljmugs

  28 days ago
You make some great points here and it will be very interesting in November to see what happens. Reply
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Idahopatriot

  28 days ago
I disagree with the current Democrat point of view on virtually every issue whether it be immigration, healthcare, tax policy, social issues, relevance of our Constitution, sanctuary cities/public safety and the list goes on. While this makes voting decisions much simpler now a days it is sad how polarized we are due to the Democrat party moving so far to the left since JFK and even since Bill Clinton was President. Saw a perfect example of this 2 nights ago when I watched the Idaho Governor candidates debate. I mean good grief the Democrat and Republican Senators could not even agree in the importance of due process/innocent until proven guilty when voting for our latest Supreme Court Justice, with a rare exception (i.e. Sen. Joe Manchin) Reply
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persastefan

  28 days ago
yes i agree Reply
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bluewolf

  28 days ago
I vote not based solely on issues. I attempt to judge from past actions of the person to form a platform and add that with the issues before I chose whom I will vote for. Reply
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