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Victor: Since when is following your conscience and abstaining a vote in favor? I taught Social Justice for many years and I always communicated to my students to exercise their civil duties, but to do so following the dictates of their conscience. We should not vote for someone we do not in good conscience want to see serve in a certain elected position, simply because we favor less the opponent of said person. Abstaining or voting for someone else is not a wasted vote, it is your vote--your conscience vote that has value in-and-of-itself! If people who do not care for either candidate actually voted their conscience we might actually see the change that many Americans actually want in our political system.