In an electoral college system; it behooves voting for a third party candidate when one lives in a state certain to be won by the democrat/republican candidate[Tn, NM}to express your displeasure of the lack of a fiscal conservative, small federal gov't candidate. Here's the problem: Don't believe the polls. The only states that I believe are 100% in the bag for Obama are CA, NY and IL. Beyond that, I think everyone is in play. Most people hang up or slam the door when a pollster appears on the phone or at the door, but that doesn't mean that the resident doesn't plan to vote. Bush won Florida by only about 500 votes in 2000. I would hate for my vote of conscience to be responsible for Obama getting a second term.
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