When I looked up a link to find out who was on the ballot for the presidential primary for today, I was surprised by the information I found in this story. There are apparently four parties with ballots.
Though I consider myself philosophically a libertarian (small ‘l’), I’m not finding myself drawn to the five candidates on the Libertarian (large ‘l’) party ballot. I’m registered as a Republican. I’ve commented earlier about one of the 12 Republican candidates — so you
I’m registered as a Republican. I’ve commented earlier about one of the 12 Republican candidates — so you can at least guess one of the Republican candidates I will not be voting for. Deciding which to vote for is harder. And as I mentioned earlier, I have to be careful about promoting anyone, lest I get into ethical questions due to my work situation.
That said, it is very easy to decide not to vote for anyone on the Democratic ticket. So I won’t be switching parties.
But wait, there is a fourth party — the Constitution Party — with no candidates to vote for. Sounds like they have a very active membership there.
At least there is someone of interest left in the race by the time it got to Missouri this time. Usually all the good candidates are gone. On the other hand, usually more of the way out ones have fallen off. Too bad this year almost all of the remaining ones are “way out”.