Do You Cross Party Lines When Voting?

United States
October 25, 2006 6:16pm CST
This is primarily for Americans because of the 2 party system that we have. Personally, I'm probably going to vote just about straight ticket Democrat with one exception. My neighbor, who I don't really know, is a Republican member of the NY assembly so I might vote for him. But the US Congress is too important in this divided country to support any Republicans, no matter how annoying the campaigns against them can be.
3 responses
• United States
30 Oct 06
i've never voted, but been registered since i turned 18. I'm starting to get more irritated with the system, and plan to vote in this election, because it's all i can do, ya know... otherwise my complaining is void
• United States
26 Oct 06
Well, I have every year except this year. I'll be voting straight Democrat this year - no matter who they are or what they say the stand for. I'm sick of what the Republicans are getting away with. Still, I worry that we'll be creating the same problems, only with different issues, by creating a Democrat majority.
• United States
25 Oct 06
I always cross party lines when voting. I could never vote for someone just because he or she belongs to one part or another. Parties help, but they should not be the only deciding factor