Who to Vote For? How Do We Choose Candidates?

Updated: Nov 21



When deciding "who to vote for," there are many VARIABLES to consider. The political dialogue that we establish openly in every city should be ongoing and transparent. Every candidate should be given a chance at City Hall to speak for herself.

  • It's important to KNOW what Strengths you're looking for in a Candidate. WHO DESERVES YOUR VOTE FOR THE POSITION THE CANDIDATE IS VYING FOR?

  • Take you time to Research their stance on issues you care about. Learn about their leadership skills. Does the person listen? COMPARE, ASK, LISTEN TO CANDIDATES.

  • Recognize distortions in the information and opinions they express. Look up other sources of information to fact check. DO THEY COME IN PEACE?

  • A study has found that ethnic and economic variables are minor features of voting that do not influence how people vote. (I do not think that is true). PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW CANDIDATES HAVE WORKED FOR WHAT THEY ARE (NOT WHAT THEY HAVE) AND HAVE A PROVEN RECORD OF BEING WHAT THEY CLAIM.

The field that studies the psychology of voting is called “ electoral psychology,” and it looks at the factors that may influence an individual in their voting choices and whether or not they choose to vote at all. Such factors may include questions of personal identity, ethics, and emotional responses.



How a person chooses "who to vote for" is a process of socialization and inquiry that is influenced by friends, media, and family tradition.

https://www.usa.gov/voter-research Studies on how people decide to vote or the process of selecting a candidate, the act of choosing one name from among the list on a ballot is a subject matter and topic of great significance. Since our future and present are molded on these mechanisms of the human brain to transfer social norms from generation to infinity, it matters.

Therefore, becoming aware of what we are creating on a long term basis, the big picture, the why's and how's of, makes us just smart enough to want to change. Why? If we can see clearly how the now affects the then our voting trends will take where we want to be heading.



So we may not know how we got here— all the way.

First we came from Europe, took out the ones already here, appropriated the land that belonged to them, and called it "Manifest Destiny." Then institutionalized the European culture and called it "mainstream." We purchased human beings to work for generational enslavement at capitalist enterprises that created generational wealth which continues to control politics, production and productivity.


Once there was blood! And slavery was abolished. And there has been more and more blood shed over and again. But the only ones who receive reparations are those who finance the wheels of destruction, the multi corporal entities whose tentacles make and break the world.

Throughout the 20th and with much sacrifice, the workers, laborers. handicapped, disabled, women, LGBT, indigenous people, humans of any ethnicity and condition, the Earth itself, have fought for and earned some respect in a country where state is said to be free from religious dogma and media's agendas are free to the highest bidder. In a world where interdependence is also inter-responsibility.


Now, not just the freed men and women once , but the ones that continued to arrive across rivers, oceans, and straits to get splashed by the shower of plenty have become "We The people" who if they survive, can vote in 5 to 7 years.


To all new and old "citizens" of the US, know your country deeper and deeper, know who is who and what is what. Dig in and believe no one and nothing but make your own conclusions based on intelligent facts and analytical unbiased vision.


So, here we are, trying to blot out the sun with one hand, banning the truth from that which can't be hidden: TRUTH. What do you think the future holds? More of the same? For how long? How would you like your society to function?


Ask yourself why you get up in the morning every day and earn your wage, or are you one of the 10 percent who instead watches over your golden eggs? Whatever the case may be, it behooves us all to know how it is we bring about our COLLECTIVE present.


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Florida Voter Demographics with charts- check out the way people vote.


Can we believe in democracy again?


This book is for those who love to see the irony of things. Doesn't this image remind you of the tribal nations of this land before Europeans came to manifest their destiny here?

So, if you're from a big city where democrats are the majority but you despise liberals, what does that make you? Sane or Insane?

A lot of us may turn away from the majority in our lives, but we don't have to hate. we can see the other person's point of view without veiling of the facts by the media and making assumptions, generalizations, and other prejudices.


Empathy starts with putting yourself in other's shoes. Empathy is the precursor of justice and peace and of the golden rule.

The changing racial and ethnic makeup of the U.S. electorate

In all 50 states, the share of non-Hispanic White eligible voters declined between 2000 and 2018, with 10 states experiencing double-digit drops in the share of White eligible voters. During that same period, Hispanic voters have come to make up increasingly larger shares of the electorate in every state. These gains are particularly large in the Southwestern U.S., where states like Nevada, California and Texas have seen rapid growth in the Hispanic share of the electorate over an 18-year period.1

These trends are also particularly notable in battleground states – such as Florida and Arizona – that are likely to be crucial in deciding the 2020 election.2 In Florida, two-in-ten eligible voters in 2018 were Hispanic, nearly double the share in 2000. And in the emerging battleground state of Arizona, Hispanic adults made up about one-quarter (24%) of all eligible voters in 2018, up 8 percentage points since 2000.

Voting Rates by Age



Two-Way (Democrat vs. Republican) Support for Democratic Candidates, 2012-2020

Catalist

Hendry County Supervisor of Elections Website

Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections Website

Candidate Listing - Florida Division of Elections

https://dos.elections.myflorida.com/campaign-docs/?account=81778

https://floridafamilyaction.org/florida-voter-guide/

Political rally.
Townhall meetings need a comeback in every town and district no matter how small or large.

THIS COUNTRY BELONGS TO THOSE WHO LABOR IN IT, ARE BORN IN IT, ARRIVE LATER IN LIFE TO IT, AND HAVE A DREAM JUST LIKE ANYONE ELSE WHO WANTS TO SURVIVE AND GET AHEAD OF POVERTY. BUT IT SEEMS THE MAJORITY OF PEOPLE DON'T VOTE!

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE CANDIDATE GET INVOLVED AND BECOME ONE!


YEA! EASIER SAID THAN DONE! TO GET INTO POLITICS YOU NEED A DONOR WITH AT LEAST A MILLION DOLLAR DONATION. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO PROMISE IN EXCHANGE? ?


If you're like Rubio, you'll be standing next to the 0'clock news to say that he will not allow this country to be taken away like his parents' country was? Be afraid, is what he means, someone is out to get your country and vote Red. Yea! Someone is out to get your country! The one that keeps the price of food going up—same one that doesn't pay taxes and OWNS the seeds of this world?