Poll:will you vote Democrat or Republican

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Will you vote for Donald Trump or someone else?

  • I Will Vote For Joe Biden.

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    12
  • Poll closed .
Dec 9, 2011
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#1
If the Republican nominee Is Donald Trump will you vote for him or will you vote for someone else?
 
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FollowingtheWay

Guest
#2
Is Ron Paul still a presidential option? Write in maybe 😜
 

jennymae

Well-known member
Feb 28, 2020
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#4
Trump and Biden are associated with so much fuss about other things than politics that I would like Ron DeSantis on the ballot for the general election.
 

DRobinson

Active member
Aug 23, 2023
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#5
Will not vote for a Democrat or Trump.
If that is my only option, I will stay home.
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
Aug 13, 2014
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#6
Democrats and Republicans, both groups are spoiled brats right now. I expect any day to see in the news, "(member of one party) goes to (bar, restaurant, pub or club where members of the other party customarily hang out) and gets beat to death."

Can we have a "Grow Up And Get Your Act Together" party?
 

PennEd

Senior Member
Apr 22, 2013
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#8
Your thread title is deceptive. You give NO option to vote for a Republican REGARDLESS if it is Trump or someone else.

You did the same with Biden and the democrats.
 

jennymae

Well-known member
Feb 28, 2020
1,477
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#9
Democrats and Republicans, both groups are spoiled brats right now. I expect any day to see in the news, "(member of one party) goes to (bar, restaurant, pub or club where members of the other party customarily hang out) and gets beat to death."

Can we have a "Grow Up And Get Your Act Together" party?
It’s like in them old days of vigilante law. Folks don’t realize they’ve gone to far before somebody swings.
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
Aug 13, 2014
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#10
Your thread title is deceptive. You give NO option to vote for a Republican REGARDLESS if it is Trump or someone else.

You did the same with Biden and the democrats.
Poll options are limited by forum design. That's what posting in the threat is for, stating your choice that didn't make it in the poll.
 

PennEd

Senior Member
Apr 22, 2013
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#11
Poll options are limited by forum design. That's what posting in the threat is for, stating your choice that didn't make it in the poll.
No. Myself, and many others, have given many multiples of choices in various poll questions. He could have added "Vote Republican regardless of candidate". Or words to that effect.

Also, The thread title suggests that as an option.
 

seoulsearch

OutWrite Trouble
May 23, 2009
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#13
I wrote a poll a couple days ago... From that and other experiences with writing polls here, I can relay that this latest system allows up to 10 choices for answers (a former version used to allow up to about 40.)

Four answer options were used for this poll, so there could have been 6 more. However, I do understand that maybe the given 4 were the only ones the original poster is interested in, so it might be on purpose.

An "Other" option would have been the only one I would have chosen, so, I felt it was best that I not vote.

My answer would have been "Other" because I need to research/pray about the possible choices further before deciding.

And just as with this poll, if I didn't feel I agreed with/had peace about any of the choices, I would further prayerfully consider not voting this particular time (but would still be open to future polls.)
 

ThereRoseaLamb

Well-known member
Jan 17, 2023
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#15
Democrats and Republicans, both groups are spoiled brats right now. I expect any day to see in the news, "(member of one party) goes to (bar, restaurant, pub or club where members of the other party customarily hang out) and gets beat to death."

Can we have a "Grow Up And Get Your Act Together" party?
I totally expect the next move for Dems is to Clinton Trump. Would not be a bit shocked to see an attempt made, in fact I expect it. Biden is sinking fast, everything they have thrown at Trump hasn't stuck. They need him off the ballot by any means necessary.They aren't givin' up all that power, they have plans.
 

Lynx

Folksy yet erudite
Aug 13, 2014
25,037
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#16
No. Myself, and many others, have given many multiples of choices in various poll questions. He could have added "Vote Republican regardless of candidate". Or words to that effect.

Also, The thread title suggests that as an option.
Nobody can think of everything...

Do you intend to vote Republican regardless of candidate?
 
Dec 9, 2011
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#17
I wrote a poll a couple days ago... From that and other experiences with writing polls here, I can relay that this latest system allows up to 10 choices for answers (a former version used to allow up to about 40.)

Four answer options were used for this poll, so there could have been 6 more. However, I do understand that maybe the given 4 were the only ones the original poster is interested in, so it might be on purpose.

An "Other" option would have been the only one I would have chosen, so, I felt it was best that I not vote.

My answer would have been "Other" because I need to research/pray about the possible choices further before deciding.

And just as with this poll, if I didn't feel I agreed with/had peace about any of the choices, I would further prayerfully consider not voting this particular time (but would still be open to future polls.)
When you say other does that mean someone who Isn’t a democrat or a republican? It would HAVE to mean someone who Isn’t a democrat or a republican and If they are someone that no one has ever heard of but they are a democrat or a republican then you could still vote from the options In the poll above.
 
Dec 9, 2011
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#18
Nobody can think of everything...

Do you intend to vote Republican regardless of candidate?
I’m not sure who this response Is directed toward,was It directed towards me or seoulsearch?
As for me I chose the second option.
 

seoulsearch

OutWrite Trouble
May 23, 2009
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#19
When you say other does that mean someone who Isn’t a democrat or a republican? It would HAVE to mean someone who Isn’t a democrat or a republican and If they are someone that no one has ever heard of but they are a democrat or a republican then you could still vote from the options In the poll above.
I think I explained it pretty clearly.

I didn't see an option suitable for my situation -- undecided until more research and have peace where God is leading me -- so no, I had no reason to vote in your poll.

The issues, professional conduct, and experience are much more important to me than affiliations.

Every poll will have some people for which Not Applicable will be the best answer.
 

LightOfMyLife

Well-known member
May 6, 2023
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#20
I totally expect the next move for Dems is to Clinton Trump. Would not be a bit shocked to see an attempt made, in fact I expect it. Biden is sinking fast, everything they have thrown at Trump hasn't stuck. They need him off the ballot by any means necessary.They aren't givin' up all that power, they have plans.
It could be Gavin Newsom Governor of California who is Pelosi's nephew. We sure don't want Kamala Harris the cackler for President. She is a lousy VP.