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Election day: How would TV's greatest characters vote?

November 06, 2012|By Patrick Kevin Day
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Election day has finally arrived. While millions of Americans stand patiently in line to fill out their ballots, it may be worth passing the time wondering just how their favorite TV characters might vote. It's not a totally silly topic of thought. If Mr. Burns of "The Simpsons" can endorse Mitt Romney, then can't any TV character have political leanings?

If Mr. Burns can vote, then why not Don Draper? Or Tony Soprano? Or even the dowager countess from "Downton Abbey." (And before anyone complains that she's British and can't vote, please remember... none of these people are real.)

So while you're waiting to vote (or if you've already made your choice), take time to consider these possible political leanings from the TV characters you know and love.

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