I'm voting Jill Stein. If she gets 5 percent green party qualifies for federal funding. 15 percent qualifies for debates. I don't have expectations of her to win, but she has progressive policies, opposes the war on drugs, doesn't support intervention wars, opposes the TPP, supports the working class, and supports basic income so if there is any chance of building that party up, I'd take that.
If everyone who didn't vote were to vote for third parties, even with election fraud, voter suppression, and vote tampering, it would still make waves in establishment politics. It's somewhere around 50 percent of people who do note vote. That's a majority right there.
This is one aspect of anarchistic tendencies I've never quite agreed with. It doesn't take much effort to vote, so voting outside the establishment makes a lot of sense to me rather than doing nothing.
For down ballot I look for the least dominating/capitalistic and most progressive.