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Do you do your own research before voting?

Yes, I learn all I can about all issues and candidates.
75%
No, I go with my gut.
4%
No, I vote according to ballot recommendations.
4%
No, I vote along party lines.
17%
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David Walden Says:

Sat, Sep 08 2012 06:09 AM

Absolutely!! I don't let others speak for me - I do my own research, formulate my own opinions, and make my own decisions accordingly!! That's how I roll. Now if we, as a community, state and nation could get more voters to do the same, Unqualified, misinformed, lying politicians wouldn't stand a chance...but today, we are out numbered by the ignorant, the uninformed and those who just vote for the guy or gal or the proposition that is going to give them free stuff -- which only the educated know - IT AIN'T FREE.


anniej Says:

Fri, Jun 01 2012 10:35 PM

to be honest my own history has shown i failed to do my own research.

the SWEETWATER SCANDAL - PAY TO PLAY - JOHN MCCANN - THE FELONY INDICTMENTS - 'the gandara' - PROP O ---------all of these troubling events have taught me the importance to be an informed voter.

that is why i am signing the petitions to RECALL - john mccann, jim cartmill and arlie ricasa. i will proudly fill in that block in NOVEMBER TO SEND THEM ALL PACKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i want board members who are there to serve - not board members who look to have their seat serve them.............


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