Why it's OK to vote for the party over the person.

Why it's OK to vote for the party over the person.

Policy made plain.
Oct. 29 2006 7:08 AM

Return of the Yellow Dog

A case for voting for the party over the person.

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So what do you need? Permission? You've got it. I give you permission to vote for—or against—the party, and not the person. And don't forget to vote.

Michael Kinsley is a columnist, and the founding editor of Slate.

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