The ones I have any respect for would vote for Obama, with reservations, given his allowances made to conservatives so far.
Their votes would be for the preservation of social supports and individual rights and in hopes of more equitable taxation for a more sane economic future, rather than for Romney's disdain and disregard for the '47% who want everything handed to them free' (paraphrasing there, too lazy to look it up and quote him exactly), and his apparent desire to give the top 10% everything for free while the economic spiral deepens and conservative courts give gov't ever more intrusive powers over the people.
I'm also sure they'd be voting for any change from a war on drugs to a war on violence and violent crime. As much as they were victims of violence and inheritors of it's results, they'd make that the first priority of law enforcement and education.
1. No idea, other than maybe the Red Whigs.
3. I will be happy If I like the results, and relieved the latest cycle is finally finished.
Many current and former conservatives and the mainline economists who have watched in amazement as the anti-tax lobby has bullied Congress into bankrupting the economy into freefall, among them Reagan's budget director David Stockman who warned Reagan about the budgets when the national debt was only approaching 2 trillion.
And the many who are greatly troubled by the court's allowing increasingly intrusive, authoritarian decisions that penalize the many and the weak for the sake of the more powerful.