Is it morally wrong to cast a protest vote? | The Tylt
The 2016 presidential election features two major party nominees with the highest negative favorability ratings in modern political history. Many Americans refuse to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and are instead protesting with write-in ballots, voting for third-party candidates, or just not voting at all. But critics are labeling such efforts as a wasted vote in a close election with incredibly high stakes. Are protest votes principled or pathetic? Read more and vote.
Is it morally wrong to cast a protest vote?
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