I received the sample ballot in the mail today (okay,
technically yesterday but I'm still in “today” mode) and I'm
excited to see all the non-Republican/non-Democratic candidates in the eight
races I can vote in on November 2nd. There are eight Republicans, eight Democrats (figures the
Republicans would have a
.com and the Democrats a
.org), one Libertarian (Alex Snitker), one Constitutional Party of Florida (Bernie DeCastro),
one for the Tea
Party (Ira Chester), two
Party candidates (Peter Allen and his running
mate John Zanni) and fifteen (count them, fifteen)
I find that wonderful for some reason.
Do I really expect the non-Republicans/non-Democrats to win?
Not really, but a guy can hope, right?
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