Are you supporting the right candidate?
It’s my belief that quite a few people just jump on the political bandwagon, and don’t really understand what their candidate (or any other for that matter) stands for.
Here’s an interesting website that asks you to prioritize your beliefs, and answer various questions in an attempt to match you with a candidate that represents what you find most important.
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Has anyone tried this site yet? How accurate do you think it is?