If You Are A Democrat Who Do You Vote For?

If you don’t like the Democratic candidate do you vote for the Unaffiliated candidate or the Republican?

If you don’t agree with all that a Democratic candidate does do you not vote for them? Hell who agree with everyone about everything?

Do you vote for the Unaffiliated candidate because you like their platform because it is close to your Democratic agenda? Well damn if they are running on the Democratic agenda issues then why in the hell don’t they register as a Democrat? Help me to understand!

My problem is and has been is that if there is a candidate at all levels that the majority of the folk don’t like, why not find a candidate to run in the primary to give one another choice. Hell why not run yourself if you ain’t satisfied with the candidates? 

 

 

 

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Why Did the Democratic and Republican Parties Switch Platforms? LiveScience

During the 1860s, Republicans, who dominated northern states, orchestrated an ambitious expansion of federal power, helping to fund the transcontinental railroad, the state university system and the settlement of the West by homesteaders, and instating a national currency and protective tariff. Democrats, who dominated the South, opposed these measures. After the Civil War, Republicans passed laws that granted protections for African Americans and advanced social justice; again, Democrats largely opposed these expansions of power.

Sound like an alternate universe? Fast forward to 1936. Democratic president Franklin Roosevelt won reelection that year on the strength of the New Deal, a set of Depression-remedying reforms including regulation of financial institutions, founding of welfare and pension programs, infrastructure development and more. Roosevelt won in a landslide against Republican Alf Landon, who opposed these exercises of federal power. (Read more)