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  1. I voted for Bernie Sanders on March the 1st for two reasons. 1. I believe that Sanders can be a great President and 2. It took a vote away from Hillary Clinton. I didn't vote for a republican candidate because that wouldn't have taken a vote away from Hillary and it wouldn't have helped Bernie's chances of winning the nomination. If I had voted for a republican candidate, it would've only taken a vote away from the other republican candidates. Because of the allegations that have come out against Hillary Clinton, I know in my heart that she isn't trustworthy and shouldn't be elected. But I honestly do believe that Bernie Sanders is trustworthy.
  2. Because of the allegations that have come out against Hillary Clinton, she's a person who I don't trust. Hillary's supporters don't want me to tell you this but I must. Because of these allegations, I can't and won't trust her to run this country. If I was a politician who was facing such allegations, people wouldn't vote for me. I don't trust Hillary to be in The Oval Office. She shouldn't be elected, I firmly believe this. If you're going to vote for her, you have that right but what I've said had to be mentioned. I don't think that Hillary Clinton is trustworthy and I have to bring that to people's attention.
  3. Tired of walking into the voting booth and being limited to choosing the lesser of two evils? Fed up with a dysfunctional political system and a class of professional politicians? Join the Maryland Reform Party, an affiliate of the national Reform Party, and make the change you've been waiting for! http://www.andmagazine.com/content/phoenix/12445.html
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