Discussion in 'Elections' started by SoccerFan8270, Oct 28, 2004.
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I voted Nader in 2000. Will vote Kerry this time.
I was 16 at the time, but would've voted for Buchanan.
Yes, that fact embarasses me.
Registered Republican, yet I voted Gore in 2000 and will vote Kerry next Tuesday. What can I say, I don't like Dubya.
I was too youngto vote, but would have gone for Gore if I could have.
Voted for Brown in 2000.
Anyone out there like me who actually voted for the loser in the last two elections?
That's right, I actually voted for Dole and Gore. That's kinda odd is it not?
I voted for Bush in 2000, will vote for Kerry this time.
mbarloewen-Gore really bugged me, otherwise I probably would have voted the same way you did in the past 2 elections.
I voted for Bush Sr. in 1988 and 1992, and Jr. in 2000. I thought Bush Sr. was a great man. So I vote for his son. I did not vote in 1996 and too young in 1984. So I only voted for "Bush" in my entire life.
But I just voted for Kerry on my absentee ballot. That said how much I hate George W.
Bush. I know, I know.
Bush. After voting for McCain in the primaries.
Nader... Colorado was Bush country in 2000, and I honestly didn't like Gore.
(Honestly, I'm surprised this reference hasn't cropped up here yet!)
I voted for Howard Phillips in 2000. I'll vote for Bush this year.
me too. never thought i would vote for a republican or democrat until this election.
Don't know if this will count, but I voted for Gore in 2000 in New York, which he won by nearly 60%. I now live in Florida, obviously a Battleground State, and I will vote for Kerry here, so hopefully it'll help the Democrats this year here.
I'm usually a Third Party Supporter. I like Nader and his ideas, but he's shown himself to be too selfish in not throwing his support to Kerry in order to topple Bush, who represents everything that Nader stands against.
I voted for Nader in 2000, but I'm voting for Kerry on Tuesday. Although I like what Nader has to say, what he stands for, I feel that since the goal is to get rid of Bush, Nader is not the means to that end.