You can if you want but it won't make any difference.
I can understand the urge to do so but I would imagine the Powers That Be would frown upon it.
as soon as you write it, it gets voted up by one and i'm pretty sure that's all you can do besides vote it back down.
by Shawn McCconnell 8 years ago
Have you ever voted your own hub up?
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If you are Using Poll in your Hubpages, How many viewers are casting their vote in the Poll. And which page of yours attracted much voting?
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