(UNEDITED) Voters are often encouraged to choose the "lesser of two evils" between political Parties and candidates. Our democrat and republican Parties are essentially a one-party system with a monopoly of control over who gets nominated and ultimately elected. Democratic and republican convention delegates are only allowed to vote for their Party's predetermined Party candidates.
There are major differences between grassroot democrats and republicans, but both Parties are ultimately controlled by the same world government power elite with the same globalist agenda, despite the different Party rhetoric. When any Party candidate replaces a Party incumbent, it is usually like merely rearranging the chairs on the deck of the Titanic. George Washington warned against "the spirit of party".
Governor George Wallace coined the phrase, "not a dime's worth of difference", between America's two major Parties. Professed republicans, David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, and George H. Bush, proudly advocate a United Nations-controlled New World Order (world government), as much as any Marxist democrat..
Big-government democrats and neoconservative (neocon) "republicans", or RINOs (republicans-in-name-only), have controlled state and federal election results for decades. Roosevelt (FDR) admitted: "Presidents are selected, not elected".
When Mormon Prophet, Joseph Smith ran for president, Hyrum Smith said: "We want a president of the whole people, not a party president; for a party president [or congressman] disenfranchises the opposite party. Let every man use his liberties according the Constitution. You are to vote for good men, and if you do not do this, it is a sin." Joseph added: "We shall have the satisfaction of knowing that we acted conscientiously." And, in the Doctrine & Covenants: "Whatsoever is more or less than this [Constitution] cometh of evil."
Senatorial candidate, Scott Bradley, is a true patriot and a constitutional expert. His political platform is nothing "more or less" than the Constitution, and both major Parties are fighting tooth and nail to keep him out of the debates, despite being on the ballot and his popularity among constitutionalists.