How to Deny Both Clinton & Trump the Presidency

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For those undecided or not truly excited about either candidate, here's a strategy for voting for "none-of-the-above". The idea's to deny everyone a majority, and it can be done with just 1% of the vote. There would be 7 possible presidents and 2 possible vice-presidents, but the real benefit, no matter who wins, would be in creating a huge public uproar over the results to motivate everyone to reform our election system.
 

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Gonna need NH and NV, and the numbers suggest that is not possible
 
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Nevada's currently a virtual polling tie. RCP has Clinton up 1.7% in NV using the latest 6 polls, with 3 of them showing Trump tied or in the lead. New Hampshire's Trump's biggest challenge, with RCP's four polls showing Trump behind by 3%, 4%, 5%, and 9%. He's held rallies there recently though, and all of these polls were taken before Friday's latest FBI Clinton email revelations and before national polls started narrowing. A small percentage of voters in both states could tip the scales.
 

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Could, yes. Probably not though. VA and PA and NH and NV are holding. She will take IA and OH and possibly FL.
 

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For those undecided or not truly excited about either candidate, here's a strategy for voting for "none-of-the-above". The idea's to deny everyone a majority, and it can be done with just 1% of the vote. There would be 7 possible presidents and 2 possible vice-presidents, but the real benefit, no matter who wins, would be in creating a huge public uproar over the results to motivate everyone to reform our election system.
I predict even more pseudo shills like this will come out this next week. Posting these plain vanilla posts that do not appear to favor Clinton but indeed do favor her.
 

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For those undecided or not truly excited about either candidate, here's a strategy for voting for "none-of-the-above". The idea's to deny everyone a majority, and it can be done with just 1% of the vote. There would be 7 possible presidents and 2 possible vice-presidents, but the real benefit, no matter who wins, would be in creating a huge public uproar over the results to motivate everyone to reform our election system.
I predict even more pseudo shills like this will come out this next week. Posting these plain vanilla posts that do not appear to favor Clinton but indeed do favor her.
You are paid to say that. :lol:
 

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For those undecided or not truly excited about either candidate, here's a strategy for voting for "none-of-the-above". The idea's to deny everyone a majority, and it can be done with just 1% of the vote. There would be 7 possible presidents and 2 possible vice-presidents, but the real benefit, no matter who wins, would be in creating a huge public uproar over the results to motivate everyone to reform our election system.
I predict even more pseudo shills like this will come out this next week. Posting these plain vanilla posts that do not appear to favor Clinton but indeed do favor her.
You are paid to say that. :lol:
You are a liar, once again.
 

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For those undecided or not truly excited about either candidate, here's a strategy for voting for "none-of-the-above". The idea's to deny everyone a majority, and it can be done with just 1% of the vote. There would be 7 possible presidents and 2 possible vice-presidents, but the real benefit, no matter who wins, would be in creating a huge public uproar over the results to motivate everyone to reform our election system.
I predict even more pseudo shills like this will come out this next week. Posting these plain vanilla posts that do not appear to favor Clinton but indeed do favor her.
You are paid to say that. :lol:
You are a liar, once again.
OK, you are an inmate posting, paid, from prison. miketx, hit and you get hit harder. Fact of life.

If McMullin takes UT and NM, and Trump is firewalled in NV CO MN WI MI PA VA NH (he needs five of them), he loses.
 
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Definitely no Clinton fan here. My entire motivation is that when McMullin & Johnson became competitive in their home states (UT & NM), I saw an opportunity to accomplish something bigger than any of the candidates, to create a tie in this election and a movement for election reform.
 
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The latest NV poll out today by Remington Research has Trump up 4%. In PA & VA, Clinton has a slight lead, but we want her to win those states. In IA, OH, & FL, Trump has a slight lead in all 3 according to the average of polls. Clinton's still up in NH, though no polls have come out of there in a week. Trump's other challenge is NC, where the average of polls had him behind by 3%, but in the latest poll he's up by 2%. Source for all of the above is RealClearPolitics.com

Could, yes. Probably not though. VA and PA and NH and NV are holding. She will take IA and OH and possibly FL.
 

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