There’s No Such Thing As A Protest Vote
Clay Shirky

By this approach, it would be unreasonable for anyone to vote in a Democratic primary in a strongly Republican district — the only real pragmatic “political acts” in such districts would be to vote in Republican primaries regardless of personal political affiliations.

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