Not voting today
I am not voting today. Part of the reason may be that I'm lazy, but let's examine it a little closer: first, I do not like any major candidate's positions on the issues. For me to vote for them would be a form of lying. I'm not Macchiavellian, I'm rather simple: if you publicly call for things I find loathsome, I will not vote for you. If you lied in campaigns before, got elected, and did the opposite of some of the things you promised, I will not vote for you. That pretty much disqualifies about 99% of candidates nationwide, and all the ones in my district.
Second, voting might be hypocritical for a radical voluntarianist such as myself. I'm still contemplating how I should approach the issue in the event someone runs on a platform I endorse (or at least moving towards the things I endorse) and is, as far as I can tell, an honorable person. I suppose voting for such a candidate would be worth a try.
If we can't prove a defendant guilty, we don't put him in jail (theoretically), and if you aren't sure a car is right for you, you don't lay out thousands of dollars to buy it. It doesn't mean we're sure he's innocent or we like having an old beater (or no car at all), it just means we don't take overt action if we don't even know if it's unjust or not. Likewise, if I'm not thoroughly convinced that my vote would abet liberty, I'm not going to cast it.