Source: GovBeat

Category: Digital Media, Politics

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5 Responses to “What your candy says about your politics”

  1. formerlawyer says:

    Jelly beans skew Democratic Party? Ronald Reagan is rolling in his grave.

  2. davebarnes says:

    Necco wafers?
    Clark bars?

  3. momus says:

    As a high turnout voter with a severe nut allergy, my choices are skewed in a different direction than my voting habits, which are based on the creed, “unless there are compelling reasons to the contrary, vote against the incumbent.” Yet my choices are basically Republican candy.

  4. LiberTea says:

    The obvious Democrat strategy would be to have the Federal Government provide free Nerds and Airheads on the condition of a person’s voting, and to pass a punitive surtax on Ghirardelli.

  5. WKWV says:

    Dark chocolate skews republican? Whocoodanode! And Ghiradelli used to be a San Francisco brand – quelle horreur!