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January 22, 2014


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John Ortega

Why is Adrian Wyllie not included? Libertarians do exist!


I'm just curious how Nan Rich got included in your polls, but not Adrian Wyllie? I don't know how ya'll consider yourselves to be an accurate polling organisation, when you don't include all the candidates available. The viability of a candidate is determined by how well they do in the polls...how exactly are we suppose to show our support for someone who is being excluded from the polls? And how do ya'll consider Nan Rich a more viable candidate to poll than Adrian Wyllie, when according to Gallup polls: 48% of Americans consider themselves to be independents (Neither democrat nor republican)?

Ken Willey

I think "poke yourself in the eye" would receive as many votes as these two if you offered that choice. Of course if you were interested in showing choices you would include Adrian Wyllie.

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