Thanks. Good advice is to stay home and not vote.
I have written in “Jesus” before on ballot.
I have, more than once, written in the names of various local pro-life activists, for local races that were either uncontested with an objectionable lone candidate, or for races where all candidates were objectionable and a "lesser of two evils" choice couldn't be made.
Last year, in local county council races, I actually received a personal call from a black Democratic candidate asking for my vote. I asked him, in a way so as not to betray my own stance, "where do you stand on a woman's right to choose?". He went all the way around Robin Hood's Barn on the matter, spoke of his faith background (not Catholic), then finally said he favored abortion choice. I thanked him and told him that he gave me the information I needed. I then voted against him.
It's a shame that this "black love" you're always hearing about, can't extend to unborn babies --- of all
colors --- who have no protection against an evil regime that ensures their lives aren't worth a plugged nickel until they manage to get born. You'd think that a race of people who have been so devalued, and even lynched on occasion, would want to protect innocent human life. Guess that's what I get for thinking...