After several months of trying to include every possible candidate for the Republican nomination, we now have a clearer picture of who will be running. What is left is a) announced candidates b) probable candidates and c) Donald Trump. When you vote, remember that you are giving your opinion on the candidate, NOT trying to predict what will happen. You’re grading on an A+ through F scale. We'll reveal the results later this week.
REMINDER: Here’s what you need to do:
-IMPORTANT: Don’t vote based on what you THINK will happen. Vote on what you WANT to happen. We’re not looking for you to predict who might win, just who you think would be the best person to be the GOP nominee based on whatever is important to you.
– You will be asked to assign a letter grade to each candidate. Rate as many candidates as possible.
– If you don’t have a grade because you don’t know who they are or have enough information, just skip that person.
-The order of candidates is random, so you may need to look around for someone specific.
– Your grades will be entered into a point system that will give us the GOP Top 25 candidates.
– Yes, this is more involved than your typical survey. That’s because I heard on the streets that you’re smarter than the typical person.