Surprise! I’m a Green Party voter

7 thoughts on “Surprise! I’m a Green Party voter”

    1. Oy vey. And yet those people are allowed to vote. Hundreds of thousands of them. And I doubt any would voluntarily complete a political questionnaire like this.

    1. I knew I was pretty green on environmental issues, but didn’t think they’d outweigh other issues as much as they did. Not sure how those other small parties slipped in there, either. If nothing else, it’s an interesting distraction from an election that I fear is going to leave me very unhappy.

  1. This is cool. Sometimes it helps you clarify your own thoughts by analysis like this.
    I had heard the Kansas candidate was in trouble with her party for something, but didn’t know she dropped out. That doesn’t seem right – to abandon a race so close to the end. But I don’t know much about what was going on there.
    Wish there were other choices – the big 2 command all the power and money making it hard for any change – our local races are not only annoying – but sad that this is what we have to choose from.

    1. The last thing I heard was that the Kansas Democrat had abandoned the race but did so after the ballots were printed so her (?) name is still on the ballot. Which makes me think the vote might still be split between her and the independent, giving the race to the Republican.

... and that's my two cents