Jessica Mondillo’s Blog

Endorsements: Why are they so important?

28 January 2008

I don’t get why endorsements are considered newsworthy.  Everybody, including celebrities and politicians, have the opportunity to vote.  That said, why does the news care who a person says they are going to vote for?

Who a person votes for is private, meaning even if they say they support one candidate they can change their mind.

With that said, I am going to endorse Ron Paul, meaning everybody who reads this should seriously reconsider who they are voting for because I think Ron Paul is the best candidate due to his beliefs.

Now if you are reconsidering Ron Paul or want to look into him more, I’m very happy since I feel he is not well covered and has many good plans that he would put into place if elected.  If not, while then I say you’re not giving into peer pressure that is good too. 

Most people who just read my endorsement probably just blew it off.  So why does it matter that the Kennedys endorsed Barack Obama?  And that Chuck Norris endorsed Mike Huckabee?

With that said I want to ask: Do endorsement really matter in your decision on who to vote for? Why or why not?  Do you think endorsements are newsworthy?


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  1. Ron Paul » Endorsements: Why are they so important? pingbacked on 10 years, 4 months ago


  1. * Derek Anderson says:

    a single vote counts only one.

    an endorsement may count for thousands. There are many people in this country who can’t be bothered to think for themselves. So they like to follow celebrity examples.

    I thank you for endorsing Ron Paul.

    It does matter. Because you are also telling others about Ron Paul and this is where the true help comes from.


    | Reply Posted 10 years, 4 months ago

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