Vote for who you believe in

Study the candidates, and then vote for the one you believe in. Don’t take into consideration who other people are voting for, or who is expected to win. If you vote based on what other people believe in, you’re no longer voting for who you believe in.

Words like “unelectable” are shackles, designed to control your mind. Everyone is electable; but, when you vote for the lesser of two evils, you get evil. Do not play that game: do not ever vote for someone unless you actually believe in them. If you don’t like the options being presented, write in a candidate. If you can’t write in a candidate, abstain from voting.

If you don’t like your leaders, it’s because people like you don’t follow this maxim. Do your part, encourage others to vote on conviction, and together the citizens can unite to claim public offices.