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Gary Johnson 2012
I haven't been able to find any real info... did we come close to the 5%?
Every little bit counts. It's a long, hard road, but I have faith.
My goal is that in 8-16 years for their to be a large enough percentage of Independent voters that one party takes note and slides a little bit to the middle.
Also voted against every incumbent up for re-election to Washington.
Looks like he only got 1%
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Now the question, did the state you vote in impact you voting for those candidates? (i.e. if you live in Alabama, there's no pressure because the election is predetermined, but if you live in Ohio your vote was more likely to "count")
Me personally? No. Gary Johnson's platform is the one I agreed most with and, therefore, I wanted to cast my vote for him. I am sad we only managed 1%.
No, which is part of the reason why I voted for Johnson. If I lived in a swing state, I would have voted differently.
In other news, how did Roseanne Barr pick up 30,000+ votes in California?
I voted for myself
No. I couldn't bring myself to vote for either candidate. Glad Romney didn't win, but am not really thrilled about Obama either. Mainly hoping one day that the Independent candidates can carry 5-10% of the vote so that one of the parties will see the benefit of not being so extreme.
Four years from now when everyone is wondering how everything got so screwed up look back on this thread.
Looks like another perfect day.
Because I didn't want to vote for Barack Romney? Errr, Mitt Obama?
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