Smite the Vote

Smite the Vote





Update:  Smite the Vote has closed.

Each state has a set of rules governing candidates and deadlines for getting on a ballot.  The question is for every citizen, of every party, Republican, Democrat, or some other party voter.  If you want to run for office or support someone wanting to run, how many hurdles should there be to get on a ballot?  Maybe this is not your issue at this moment in time, although it is one to think about and be able to answer.  Smite the Vote is offering a means to "vote" for candidates that are not on your ballot.    

"In this current political environment, voters throughout the United States, specifically Virginia, have been limited in their ability to express their political voices.  These limitations have come from the hands of complicated ballot access restrictions and party control over candidates."  








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