Jesus voted and we got a copy of his ballot! He registered his opinion on twelve issues that affect the governance of our country.
The above scripture was delivered as a sermon. Matthew's record of it concludes with this statement: "When Jesus had finished saying these things, the crowds were amazed at his teaching, because he taught as one who had authority, and not as their teachers of the law."
It's impossible to tell who Jesus would have voted for. But it's not impossible to tell what he would have voted for. The teachings of Jesus don't necessarily fit neatly into a Yes/No box on your ballot. We should be disturbed by that. You are naturally inclined to vote conservative or liberal or somewhere in between. Whatever that tendency is, the question I want to ask is this: Are you still amazed at the teachings of Jesus? Do they still hold authority in your life? Or are you simply following whatever "teacher of the law" you are used to agreeing with?
When called upon to vote, do it humbly, prayerfully. And even if you must cast your vote for a who, don't align your heart with any what that Jesus has already spoken against. Continue to stand up for what is right and just, what is holy and Christian. No matter what, align yourself with his kingdom. This earthly kingdom has great potential to do good or bad, but either way it does not last forever. The Kingdom of God, however, does good and lasts!