Atlanta-area attorney Mathew Titus, a faithful Republican and suburban father of three, is so disheartened with Donald Trump as the presumed GOP nominee he plans to sit out the presidential election this year.
Titus, 36, preferred what he saw as Sen. Marco Rubio's modern, optimistic approach to Republican ideology
Trump's surprise ascent even convinced Titus to reconsider his dream of running for local office. When he votes in November, he expects to leave the top of his ballot blank rather than vote for the New York businessman.
“That the party, the electorate, would favor Trump is crazy in my mind,” said Titus, adding that several...