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You Can Now Endorse Presidential Candidates on Facebook

Facebook has, in its infinite wisdom, added the ability for you to endorse your favorite politicians. Which means you can now endorse one of the candidates running in the 2016 US presidential election. That is if you like annoying your friends. Are you sick of the presidential election yet? I certainly am. Unfortunately, there’s still a few weeks left before the people decide who they want running the country for the next four years.
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