ABC News: Match-o-Matic Quiz

Now that we can count down to Election Day in a matter of hours, if you’re still undecided then we’ve found the quiz for you.
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ABC News: Match-o-Matic Quiz

Now that we can count down to Election Day in a matter of hours, if you’re still undecided then we’ve found the quiz for you. Check out ABC News Match-o-Matic quiz to see which candidate fits the bill for you.

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