Running for Office in 2018? “Did You Vote for Trump?”

Victor Mitchell (seen here before he turns into a bat).

John Frank of the Denver Post takes a look at the gubernatorial candidacy of Republican Victor Mitchell, and the interview includes a very important answer to what will likely be the most-asked question of 2018:

His pitch may draw comparisons to President Donald Trump, but Mitchell didn’t vote for the Republican nominee. Instead, he voted for third-party candidate Evan Mcmullen. [Pols emphasis]

“I’ve been a lifelong Republican, but I couldn’t get there,” he said. “My son’s a West Point cadet. And the way (Trump) spoke about women was very concerning.”

Mark this down in your political notebooks, friends. With Mitchell on the record saying he didn’t vote for Trump, there is no place for any other 2018 candidate to hide when asked about their 2016 choice for President. “Did you vote for Donald Trump?” is an absolute no-brainer question for every candidate seeking public office in the next couple of years.

5 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. JohnInDenver says:

    Well, ask every REPUBLICAN or Libertarian candidate, anyway.

    I'm pretty sure you would need to alter the question to get any meaningful information among the Democrats.

  2. Powerful PearPowerful Pear says:

    Nothing inspirational about voting for Victor Mitchell, save your money.

  3. Powerful PearPowerful Pear says:

    The treads have been pretty lame as of late. Thanks for thinking of me.

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