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a question by Oct 27, 2010
I'm ALMOST 40 and I can't come to grips with partisan politics. I want to vote for issues, not parties, but as far as I understand I can't unless I am a registered (pick your party). Help me out, I've tried registering independent but I think (don't know why it has to be so complicated) I was not able to vote in the primaries? How can I just vote for the issues and not the personalties?
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answered:    October 27, 2010
To vote issues means that you have to educate yourself on the basic policies of both parties, the issues themselves and the specific candidates themselves. It is a hard process, but a necessary one if elections are to be decided on the basis of issues and not on which candidate can develop the nastiest, most influential ads.
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