Would you vote for a first or second generation American whose family came from Malta or were Maltese?
- Wage SlaveLv 75 months agoBest answer
That really wouldn't be a factor in my decision, so, I would - depending on their platform.
- Larry CLv 75 months ago
I would if they were related to those 548 knights of St. John who held the Island from the Turkish invaders in the early 1600's until the 5000 Spanish pikemen got there to relieve them.
- DesireLv 75 months ago
Are you going to run. Dems need someone that no one knows to even have a chance.
- Trivial OneLv 75 months ago
I don't vote for people based on their heritage. I vote for people based on their ideas and ideals.
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- Anonymous5 months ago
No. I'll only vote for a proper American.
- 5 months ago
Yes I love Maltese, it is a shame their island is being flooded by violent migrants from Muslim countriesSource(s): European
- PrinceLv 55 months ago
Of course! I have no problem with the Maltese. Maltese-Americans are just fine in MY book.
- wowserLv 45 months ago
I saw their bird
- CousinLv 65 months ago
Yes, sure. A person's ethnicity does not matter.
- ChrisLv 65 months ago
I would. I would vote for a Maltese-American if I believed they were the right person for the office.