Who Would You Vote For?

Sifting through your Presidential candidate choices can be a challenge.  How do you differentiate between a sound bite, positioning statements and mud-slinging that can accompany the campaign process?
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Sifting through your Presidential candidate choices can be a challenge. How do you differentiate between a sound bite, positioning statements and mud-slinging that can accompany the campaign process?

Take this quiz to see which candidate matches your Presidential issue wish-list.

—TodaysMama

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