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Sprouts Farmers Market ✘
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E: -4.90, S: 1.74

« on: July 29, 2020, 04:04:32 PM »
« edited: July 31, 2020, 11:12:39 PM by Sprouts Farmers Market ✘ »

President:
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Jill Stein (Primary: Donald J. Trump)
2020: Unknown (Primary would have been Pete Buttigieg but the riots prevented me from casting a vote)

Senate
2012: Bob Casey
2016: Katie McGinty (would change with hindsight)
2018: Bob Casey

Governor:
2014: Tom Wolf (Primary: Tom Corbett's opponent who got thrown off the ballot after printing)
2018: Joe Paterno

House:
2012: Pat Meehan
2014: Pat Meehan
2016: Dwight Evans (Primary: Stan Casacio)
2018: Dwight Evans
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Sprouts Farmers Market ✘
Sprouts
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Posts: 14,112
Italy


Political Matrix
E: -4.90, S: 1.74

« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2020, 11:06:11 PM »

President:
2012: Barack Obama
2016: Jill Stein (Primary: Donald J. Trump)
2020: Unknown (Primary would have been Pete Buttigieg but the riots prevented me from casting a vote)

Senate
2012: Bob Casey
2016: Katie McGinty (would change with hindsight)
2018: Bob Casey

Governor:
2014: Tom Wolf (Primary: Tom Corbett's opponent who got thrown off the ballot after printing)
2018: Joe Paterno

House:
2014: Pat Meehan
2016: Dwight Evans (Primary: Stan Casacio)
2018: Dwight Evans

How did you go from supporting Trump in the Republican primary to voting Stein in the general election?

I still preferred Trump in the two-party, but I figured it was a foregone conclusion he would lose, and I didn't want to support a loser so I made a statement by voting Green in protest for an important issue for a candidate that was pretty likable. I had some concerns about Trump post-Access Hollywood, but I think I realized that was all a hit job/media lie long before Election Day and the bigger thing was that he wasn't a winner (but that event could have contributed to that perception).

I was on vacation the week before election day so I was not following the last minute news that supposedly turned it, except for a few moments in an airport.
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