Conclusion? Vote from your own heart - nothing else!
Why? Americans don't want to talk about politics, due to it's private for sincerity to your own right: Vote for the one in your right - never talk about it. That's your own instinct - God given right.
(A few decades ago, I asked a Chinese professor to elect the principle of election and was told. The reason is: Democracy is like a big net. If you first become an individual, knot you can participate in the network - gravitated in The role of many knots in the big net. See you in the light
However, did she get the gut to pull off on her own?
Heitkamp set an example for legislators who’d rather follow principles than bow to power.
" Despite her lag in the polls and her state’s support for accused sexual assailant and then–Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, she voted against his confirmation. A yes vote might have shored up support among North Dakota centrists, or it might have eroded the strong base she’s built among progressives and Native Americans who love her for her work to protect Native survivors of sexual assault. No one can say for sure. But the safer option for a blue politician in a deep-red state would have been to do as the handily re-elected Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia did: Turn her back on her party, her morals, and the dignity of the Supreme Court to prove her chops as a centrist unbeholden to any party line. "
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota lost her re-election campaign Tuesday night.