It's hard to keep your political opinions to yourself, especially when the election is almost here. However, if you have an interview be discreet and keep your politics to yourself.
Stay away, of course, from the obvious (like wearing a pin advertising your party affiliation) and also be careful about what you mention during your interview. You have no clue as to your interviewer's party affiliation, unless you're interviewing for a job working for an elected official, a political party, or a non-profit whose mission is clearly in line with yours. There's no point losing what could be a good job offer because you said too much or offended the interviewer.
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