There are over a hundred political parties in this country. You don't have to resign yourself to voting for the lesser of two evils or not voting at all.
The information on these parties is available. It requires a little effort on your part but it can be found.
Writing letters to your editor requesting expanded political coverage and citing "your right to know", is a very good place to begin.
The Internet is a wealth of information. Political parties pop up on a variety of keywords. Besides the more obvious politics, try environment, economics, freedom.
DO NOT be fooled by the line that voting for a third party candidate is a wasted vote. NOT TRUE! Our current President was elected by a majority of only one quarter of the population! Three quarters of us did not vote! Imagine now that all of us who feel we have no true representation in our government suddenly went to the polls, voted, and did not vote for either of the two major parties. Perhaps a third party candidate would still not win. But the face of politics, of the entire election process, would change.
It only takes a moment to fill out a simple form which can be mailed and you're registered! Voter registration forms can be found at the Post Office, your local library, and in many states, the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Don't let the effort of a few steps prevent you from another election of choosing between someone you don't support and someone who does't support you...
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