On Monday, we asked Clutch readers why were they voting Republican. Like one commenter noted, I was actually expecting a lot more comments than the post received. Maybe I should have asked why natural haired, light skin women were voting Republican? Just joking, that’s me being sarcastic, as usual. I did appreciate the people who were honest about their voting choices, and even more appreciative of their choices not being attacked.

With 35 days until election, and many states already in the early voting phase, time is definitely winding down. Early voting has already started in Ohio, a key battleground state in the presidential election. CBS News already considers Ohio to be a blue leaning state, because of the consistent edge President Obama has had there.

So today, we ask, “Why are you voting Democrat?”. The same rules apply. Respect each other, and keep it civil.

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  • MsLady

    Jill Stein. Green Party candidate. No she won’t win, but if my vote counts, then I’m going to vote with purpose.

  • LemonnLime

    I wish Clutch would highlight the other parties that are running. I am not voting Dems or GOP because after much debate over whether I should vote for lesser of two evils or just skip it, I decided I would vote for the candidate and ideas I truly believe in so I am voting Green.

    I just think that in the puppet show that is the political process in America, it is important to remember you don’t have to be a slave to the puppeteers.

  • Mademoiselle

    I think it’s telling that so few people are willing to discuss their political choices, yet are open with whether or not they’d “swallow” in an article posted a couple months ago. I used to vote all Dem. I now research and vote for what best suits me without burdening others, hence why I’ll be voting for Obama despite the negative effects the ACA will have on my personal finances.