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rebelfury76 July 1st, 2013 3:05pm

If voting is a civic duty then isn't being informed about the candidates and the issues a larger duty?

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JollyMan93 Big Sky Guy
07/01/13 9:29 am

It's ashame more weren't educated. When you said you might consider Gary Johnson ppl are like Gary who? They don't care even when you try to explain it or even look him up. Kinda disappointing. You don't have to like him or her but at least get info

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DunkinFrunk Austin area, Texas
07/01/13 9:22 am

I always research the candidates and vote according to what I feel is best for the nation as a whole.

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EarlyBird Portland
07/01/13 9:04 am

This is exactly the problem. People are not informed yet feel it's their duty to vote.
I think we need to change the thinking to" it's your duty to stay informed". Once that happens, voting will fall into place.

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shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
07/01/13 8:35 am

Of course an informed voter is the ideal, but the right to vote is not conditional. How one decides how they are they are going to vote is up to them. They could decide they are only going to vote for people with names that start with ABC if they

rebelfury76 F Trump, F his idiot base
07/01/13 8:46 am

Seems irresponsible and reckless to me