Post # 106
- Wedding: July 2017 - The Lodge at Little Seneca Creek
Master’s degree, middle school teacher, voting for Clinton (although I voted for Sanders in the primaries).
Third-party voters, just make sure you really wouldn’t prefer Clinton or Trump before making your final decision. Unfortunately, our country doesn’t have a multi-party system yet. From Bernie: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/09/06/bernie-sanders-tells-skeptical-voters-to-stick-with-clinton-over-a-third-party/
Post # 107
I have a BA in Political Science, and a BA in International Relations. I Also have a JD, and am a practicing attorney.
Husband has a BA in Philosophy and a JD. He’s also a practicing attorney. We’ve both proudly been for Clinton from the start– we both voted for her in the primaries and will vote for her in November.
Post # 108
Seems like we indeed get to a similar picture as the polls suggest.
I wanted to disagree with PP about higher education and liberal unis. At least in Europe it’s really not the case. About half of all unis are of catholic and highly conservative stance. One of the two unis where I got my masters degree used to be far right and now just right. It prepares lawyers, finance professionals and politicians. And in all honestly I never felt like we have been stirred into one political direction. As an example, all of my classmates there were very opposed to the rise of the far right parties in Europe. Mostly people were rather liberal despite the conservative university. But it’s just my expreice.