Seen this?With one question: "Do you believe free adults have a right to own and peaceably carry firearms of military pattern without a license?" you can find the lesser of two evils. I have tried this a few times and sure enough it works. Has anyone had a different experience?
For this reason (as a time saver) I am a single issue voter, who only participates in local and state elections. I am aware that many libertarians view voting as an act of aggression, and I am somewhat sympathetic to that view under our current statist system. For this reason and because there is no practical difference on so many other issues and because one vote is meaningless, I do not vote for national office holders (senate, congress, president). I don't want to legitimize their sick game with their false choices.
If a person were devoted, it is possible to influence policy at the local level. I believe in the non aggression principle (nap) and am interested in many issues. Since I have to participate in the system I practice voting for the "lesser evil" in local elections but only look at a candidate's view on the right to keep and bear arms.
I will also add that relatively free gun ownership in most states is the only thing that makes us freer than other first world nations. It's boring and depressing how similar US, UK, French, Canadian, French, etc laws are. In fact some totalitarian states (Singapore and China for example) now have more economic freedom and lower taxes than the USSA.