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AdrenalineJ December 17th, 2015 6:35pm

If a candidate currently running for president lives in your state, does that make you more or less inclined to vote for him/her?

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rons WOKE is sick
12/22/15 8:44 am

You killing us with polls!

rons WOKE is sick
12/22/15 9:48 am

The truth is after a while I just hit something.

FacePalm That Trick Never Works
12/20/15 12:50 pm

It makes me more informed about their political history. Where they live has no direct bearing on my vote.

Highlander1 Iowa
12/18/15 7:44 am

Seeing as that I live in Iowa, one of two things could happen. An old ex hippy libtard could come from Iowa or a nice, honest, hardworking farm boy could come from Iowa. Sadly we have to deal with all those ex anti Vietnam hippies around iowa city.

slickspin Heart of Texas
12/17/15 8:37 pm

Look at the results from TX. No one listens to us. Do you know what they called W in Austin?

The smart one.

Wackacrat Harford County
12/17/15 6:26 pm

I can tell you I would never vote for my old friend O'Malley.

DoctorWasdarb Marxist Leninist Maoist
12/17/15 2:28 pm

I wouldn't say I'm more likely to vote for someone, but if that's the deciding issue between two candidates, I would likely choose the one from my state instead.

liam2013 iowa
12/17/15 1:02 pm

If they live in your state chances are you know a little more about them than the rest of the nation. This could also cause you to vote against them.

bartman71 USW
12/17/15 12:56 pm

Not voting for Kasich, no spank you.

catpillow Florida West Coast
12/17/15 12:32 pm

I'm not inclined to vote for either Florida candidate running.