8/6/13 I have been informed that the Majority of Voters in Alaska are UN-DECLARED meaning they are not either Republican or Democrat or Libertarian or Independent.
My question is : Where does one go to meet the President of the UN-DECLARED PARTY?
Where is the HeadQuarters of the UN-DECLARED PARTY? Who do you go visit when in Juneau that Represents the UN-DECLARED PARTY ? How is the UN-DECLARED PARTY listed on a Voting Ballot ? Is there the letter U present ?
Where does one locate the Leadership of the UN-DECLARED PARTY ?
Very simple questions. Does anyone have a answer ? SPW
I am one of the proud "undeclared" voters and very proud of my voter registration status. Some of us undelared voters call ourselves "centrists." From the very inception of our country, some of the wiser founding fathers saw the danger in partisan (party) politics. Some of those same fathers, became ensnared in "political alliances" and low and behold the prediction has come true! I will never support any organized party in deed or in money, however, one candidate from one of those associations may garner my vote ... if he or she earns it!
In conclusion, party politics is a key component to the venom that has paralyzed government in this country and other political systems throughout the world. The party thinks for the people, the people don't think for themselves.
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