what does it take?

we've heard them. we've seen them. we've read about them. they're all over the place. by this time you probably must have chosen a candidate to vote. if not, what does it take to get your vote?

several months ago, i've made my choice. it was a quick decision. i was easily convinced. the interview didn't just catch my attention but also my parents' and a few others i know.

today, my parents just told me that they're voting for a different candidate. apparently, they don't want their votes to go to waste. i know it's a shame. people get swayed alright, but this i couldn't disagree enough. winnability was all it took for my parents to transfer votes. barely 3 months before votes are casted. there will be more switching and changing depending on what suits you.

for those who've made their choice, what did/does it take to get yours? why are you voting for whomever you are voting? it would be interesting to know. wadyatink?


February 21, 2010 at 8:26 PM Anonymous

I have decided whom to vote on May 10. I'll vote for him because I know and understand his platforms; I know that he has the capabilities. He has track record. And most of all, he is not bringing somebody down to win - just positive campaign to get support and votes.

There is no sure way to know if he is winnable or not. Surveys can be indicator. Just for today, I won't allow survey, and campaign trick to spin my decision.

February 22, 2010 at 6:49 AM JAbbeRedONiON

thanks for sharing your thoughts jer. i myself don't want my candidate to trash another. a candidate who does that don't have anything under his sleeves to brag about.

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