This is a little bit of a different type of election year “who can I vote for?” question. As you can see in this article, the Republican candidate for US Congress this year in Connecticut is pro-choice (and pro-government hands-off with marriage) along with the Democratic candidate. This scenario is the same for the candidates for US Senate. However, the Republican candidates both seem to line up with my views in all other ways.
Therefore, my question is: since both candidates are pro-choice and one of them will still be elected to his respective position regardless of my vote, would it be morally permissible for me to vote for the pro-choice Republican, since in other ways he would be better? Or should I simply abstain for these particular races?
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