The right doesn’t understand leftist voters and vice versa. However, both groups are baffled by “undecided” voters. With maybe the most distinct choice in American history, how can any voter still be undecided.
If a voter detests the Dems’ devastation (with just crime alone) under Joe Biden but can’t vote for Republicans because, you know, hate Trump, at least not voting has some logic. But not being able to make a black-or-white choice between Dem and GOP is weird.
According to WJAC TV in Pennsylvania, “For some, it’s the easiest decision they can make. But for other voters, they told us Saturday the upcoming midterm elections are forcing them to vote for the lesser of two evils. That’s assuming they plan even to vote.”
One PA voter seemed to convince himself he was being discerning, “Still looking over… policies.” Another believes her vote is not “worth the personal stress.”
Another said she doesn’t “know where she stands….” But she doesn’t believe she should vote if she doesn’t know. At least, that is a respectable position.
One pithy woman concluded, “People suck in politics.”
Generally, that’s hard to argue against. But with this version of the Democrat Party, which called for the destruction of traditional America and then worked hard to make it happen, the choice shouldn’t be so hard—if voters are being honest.
Still, some undecided voters seem to be listening to their intuition. For example, National Review reported most undecided New Hampshire voters favor the Republican candidate, retired General Don Bolduc, over incumbent Senator Maggie Hassan.
And in New York, where U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) is eclipsing Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY), the Legislative Gazette reported the NY attorney general contest between Trump-hater incumbent Democrat Letitia James and Republican Michael Henry “could come down to independent and undecided voters.”
Undecided about what?
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