What would make or break your vote?
Do you vote because of the social beliefs of a candidate or the fiscal beliefs of a candidate? Sure you can care about both but would you vote for a pro abortion but fiscally conservative person over a fiscally conservative person who was pro life? There are other things that come into a decision to pull the lever for a certain person but it pretty much boils down to social or economical issues. What is more important to you?
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 1:37 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by JulieJacobKyle at 1:37 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by xxhazeldovexx at 2:00 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Their platform. Their POV on what issues are most important at the moment and their plan of action to address those issues. The goals they might have for their possible term and again their plan for meeting those goals. Previous job experience and voting patterns are of interest. IMO, social issues need to be far, far distant concerns. If a candidate is hyper-focused on social issues (especially in our current economic climate), I would have a difficult time supporting that candidate. I have zero need to know anything about a candidate's religious background or belief systems-
Answer by Sisteract at 3:06 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by UpSheRises at 4:14 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by DSamuels at 5:28 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
1. Fiscal Responsibility/ Fiscal Mgt Experience. 2. Defense/Military Experience 3. Business Experience
Answer by jesse123456 at 5:58 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by tasches at 8:04 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by calliesmommie at 8:06 PM on Jun. 6, 2011
Answer by grlygrlz2 at 8:36 PM on Jun. 6, 2011