Pretend Primary '08: Because Our Votes Don't Count
We've discussed and debated for two months and now it's time to vote. Residents of Virginia, Maryland and the District won't go to the real polls till Feb. 12, by which time the great majority of states will have already voted and both parties will likely have already pretty much determined who their presidential nominees will be.
So now that we've had a chance to talk about what issues the candidates might have had to confront if they had campaigned in this region of the country, today you get to vote on which Republicans and Democrats would best handle the issues that confront not only all Americans, but particularly those who live in the Washington area.
There are two polls--one Democratic and one Republican--and in the spirit of those states that conduct open primaries, we're asking that you vote in only one of the primaries. Thanks for playing.
Here's the Republican poll:
And here's the Democratic poll:
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