Is voting for a third-party candidate just wasting your vote? | The Tylt
It's tough for third parties to catch a break in America. Especially in presidential elections, voting for the Green Party or the Libertarian Party is often derided as "wasting your vote." But candidates like Jill Stein and Gary Johnson argue that voters are sick of having only two choices, and that the only way to change the system is to vote for someone outside of it.
Is casting your vote for a third-party candidate principled—or privileged?
Read arguments for both sides below — and VOTE!
Is voting for a third-party candidate just wasting your vote?
RT SankofaBrown: Don't waste your time trying to convince me to fear Trump over Hillary, I don't believe in the lesser of two evils. I won'…— Vote Jill Dump Hill! (@WeLoveJillStein) August 5, 2016
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