I mean for me, I was always indy. Proud of no party affiliation. But after 16 yrs in FL, for 2018 primaries I joined the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida at least on principal so I could vote in primaries. I never would have considered that before but the division between the two candidates was more extreme than I’d ever seen before in any election.

I mean for me, I was always indy. Proud of no party affiliation. But after 16 yrs in FL, for 2018 primaries I joined the Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida at least on principal so I could vote in primaries.

I never would have considered that before but the division between the two candidates was more extreme than I’d ever seen before in any election.

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At the end of the day, I expect more or less similar things from every politician though.

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I don’t think politically prejudiced is necessarily bad in itself so long as there’s SOME “coming together at the table” point to find commonalities and goals that work for all sides.

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I have strong convictions about certain things. Most things I’m flexible about. And for a few things, I have a hard line that says “This is absolutely right. This is absolutely wrong.”

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It doesn’t offend me that this article is calling me Politically Prejudiced. I am.

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