Your vote for a conservative, Virgil Goode, would make a difference in that:
1. It would help strengthen a 2nd party in our current one party system.
2. It would send notice to the liberal-lite wing of our 2-headed, one party system that if they want conservative support then they need to break away from the liberals and start being a conservative party.
Exactly...which IS the case in about 14 other states as well...
It's basically around 15 "for sure" Obama states; around a dozen toss-up states; and then 23 "for sure" Romney states.
That means that true conservative FREEPERs in all but those dozen toss-up states have ANY reason to vote for a pro-abort liberal socialist healthcare pioneer like Romney...their vote would either be "meaningless" (Obama states); or won't hurt Romney (those 23+ conservative states).
If Goode winds up on the CA ballot, ALL California FREEPERs should vote for him...even if they have to write in his name...
Goode is on 17 ballots thus far...and has just submitted signatures for VA...which would be his 18th state...
Not sure what his 17th state was...the first 16 states Goode gained access to the ballot are: Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming