Are you a voter who would desire a choice besides the two top party candidates in the November 8, Presidential Election but feel your vote would be wasted elsewhere?
There is a choice. The game plan is simple.
For a candidate to win the election, they must receive 270 electoral votes.
There are several swing states which could go either way in the two party vote.
There are a good portion of voters in these states that are not feeling inclined to vote for either of the two party candidates but feel their vote would be wasted elsewhere.
In these states, if the voters who do not feel they can support the two chief candidates will vote for the strongest third party candidate in their state, that candidate has an excellent chance of taking the electoral votes in that state.
If you live in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Wisconsin, or Utah …vote for the highest-polling third party candidate the week of election.
This plan involves only 15 states thinking clearly and strategically, and only really needs seven of the more populated states to actually execute.
If no candidate receives 270 Electoral votes, the president is chosen from the top three candidates by the House of Representatives.
This is how John Quincy Adams was elected president in 1824 despite not having the majority vote or having the most electoral college votes.
PLEASE VOTE !!!