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'Last Man Standing' Season 2: Tim Allen's TV Alter-Ego Gets Political (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

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Who will you be voting for come Nov. 6? Some of your favorite TV characters are debating that same issue.

Of course, if you've seen "Last Man Standing" (Season 2 premieres Fri., Nov. 2, 8 p.m. ET on ABC), there's no doubt whose name Tim Allen's character Mike Baxter is punching on the ballot. But what about his less conservative kids?

HuffPost TV has an exclusive supercut of election-themed moments from the season premiere, titled "Voting," in which Mike tries to persuade his daughter Mandy, a first-time voter, that Mitt Romney is the right choice. But some of the other Baxters are backing Obama. Who will give Mandy the most persuasive sales pitch? Watch the sneak peek above to see.

Tell us: Do you like when scripted TV shows get political? Do you think "Last Man Standing" can make the debates and election issues funny?

"Last Man Standing" Season 2 premieres Fri., Nov. 2, 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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