I tried something new this election by not researching the candidates and instead voting for the most cracker-white male-sounding name I could find on the ballot. (None of my picks win anyway.) Can you judge a politician by his cover? Let’s see if I like who I voted for!
Governor Nickolas Wildstar. Sounds kinda Greek but he was against names like Klement Tinaj, Zoltan Istvan & J. Bribiesca. …damn, he’s a Rastafarian Occupier? -1
Lt. Gov. Danny Thomas. A good old boy name… Can’t tell what he stands for, which counts as good because no virtue-signaling. +1.
(Who the heck is Lt. Gov. Cameron Gharabiklou? Hmm, white not hindu… a trial lawyer who ran for office because of the “disastrous 2016 presidential election”. No vote for you!)
Senator Don Grundmann. This was a gimmie because I’ve met Don and believe it or not, he’s a Red-Pill California politician. Thus far, two political parties have self-destructed rather than give him a chance to reimpose Patriarchy.
But alas, Dianne Palpatine-Feinstein got 45% of the vote even with 32 names on the ballot.
SecState Mark Meuser. His main concern is vote fraud–very good–but he also wants to increase vote participation–very bad–and wants electronic voting, which is incompatible with reducing vote fraud. -1
Treasurer Greg Conlon. White (and a CPA, which was on the ballot) but a piece of shit who wants to protect pensions, improve California’s debt rating so it can borrow more money and make the positions of Treasurer and Controller unelected. -2
Attorney General Steven C. Bailey. Pro-death penalty, pro-private guns, anti-sanctuary state & drug war hardliner. I’m in love. +2
Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner. Eh, I feel indifferent. Didn’t slam Obamacare and thinks cybercrime is caused by a lack of gov’t effort rather than female empowerment. Granted, that connection is not an obvious one. 0
Point total: -1. Sigh, guess I gotta keep doing my research come election time.
In other news, all propositions offering new debts passed. Stopping them is the real reason I vote… sigh again. “Do you want to spend other peoples’ money on your favorite pet causes? Yes/No”