Your vote is your voice, your right and your power. A “no” vote from you is a “yes” for the candidate you don’t want to hold public office. This is evident in the local, state and federal elections.
About last night at the only vice presidential debate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine and Indiana Governor Mike Pence clashed a couple of times. Democrat Tim Kaine said Donald Trump is too fond of Russian leaders during the debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. Kaine and Pence clashed over Syria and Russia, with criticizing Trump’s praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Indiana Governor Pence argued that Hillary Clinton’s email controversy compromised U.S. national security. The two nominees also crashed over the work of the Clinton Foundation and the Trump Foundation.
The debate got a little heated at times as Kaine and Pence talked over each other and being admonished several times by moderator Elaine Qiuhano. Kaine accused Donald Trump of not paying taxes for years. He said the GOP presidential candidate was hurting the U.S. military. Meanwhile, Pence argued that Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s email controversy compromised U.S. national security.
Now the results of the CNN/ORC poll on last night’s vice presidential debate:
The instant poll finds that 48-percent of people surveyed say Republican Mike Pence, Donald Trump’s running mate, made a better showing than Democrat Tim Kaine. Forty-two percent of people surveyed say Hillary Clinton’s running mate did a better job.
Also, according to an online Drudge Report poll shows an overwhelming victory for the Indiana governor, with 95 percent of those taking part saying Pence came out on top.
October 17, 2016 is the voter registration deadline to vote in the November 8 General Election. Register to vote, check your status, view your ballot and poll location at vote.virginia.gov
Presidential Election 2016: Celebrity Endorsements
1. Azealia BanksSource:Twitter 1 of 14
2. Beyonce for Hillary ClintonSource:AP 2 of 14
3. Snoop Dogg for Hillary ClintonSource:AP 3 of 14
4. Jennifer Lopez for Hillary ClintonSource:AP 4 of 14
5. Kerry Washington for Hillary ClintonSource:AP 5 of 14
6. Uzo AdubaSource:Twitter 6 of 14
7. John Legend for Hillary ClintonSource:PR Photos 7 of 14
8. Killer MikeSource:Instagram 8 of 14
9. Katy PerrySource:Instagram 9 of 14
10. Kim Kardashian WestSource:Instagram 10 of 14
11. TISource:Instagram 11 of 14
12. K. MichelleSource:Instagram 12 of 14
13. Britney SpearsSource:Instagram 13 of 14
14. Kendall Jenner for Hillary ClintonSource:Instagram 14 of 14