Orlando Weekly Voting Guide 2020: We recommend Biden and Harris for President and Vice-President

click to enlarge Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris - Photo via Joe Biden/Flickr
Photo via Joe Biden/Flickr
Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris
This week the Atlantic magazine endorsed a presidential candidate for only the fourth time in its 163 years of publishing, saying, “Two men are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man. Vote for the decent man.” We're going to rephrase that to better fit the truth:

“Five men and two women are running for president. One is a terrible man; the other is a decent man, and five of them have no chance of winning in our painfully reductive two-party system. Until we can join other advanced democracies around the world with a ranked choice voting system, vote for the decent man.”

U.S. President and Vice President

A blank ballot is a loaded weapon, and you might as well fill this one in first. Do you want four more years of a reckless, narcissistic, violent maniac and his lackeys, or do you want a fundamentally decent man and woman who at least appear to care about the American people?
  • Donald J. Trump (Republican) / Michael R. Pence
  • Joseph R. Biden (Democrat) / Kamala D. Harris
  • Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian) / Jeremy "Spike" Cohen
  • Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente (Reform) / Darcy G. Richardson
  • Gloria La Riva (Socialism and Liberation) / Sunil Freeman
  • Howie Hawkins (Green) / Angela Nicole Walker
  • Don Blankenship (Constitution) / William Mohr

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