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  • Writer's pictureMatt Garris

Third Parties

All the Facebook political advisers are saying the same thing: "Yeah, I agree, but you can't vote for a third party. You have to vote for candidate A; otherwise candidate B wins." In short, nobody is trying to persuade anyone else to vote FOR their candidate; the only argument is the one AGAINST the other candidate. This is the problem!

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