I have a disability but I see no reason why that should stop me from voting...I have a voice and I exercise my right to use it.
Yes to both.
Before I received my absentee ballot I would go out with a shopping cart -- I needed something to lean on -- and I would stand for way too long just to vote.
The last time I used a shopping cart as a walker was for the 2000 election. I could not and cannot afford not to vote in Presidential Elections ever.
by Man from Modesto 7 years ago
Do you research candidates before voting? How could anyone vote for Romney or Obama?I wrote articles about a local Modesto mayoral election in 2012. Though I was on the first Google results page for the biggest search phrases on Google (and there weren't too many!), only a few dozen read the...
by Faith Reaper 6 years ago
Are you registered to vote, and if so, are you going to vote in the upcoming election?I really do not care to know for whom you will or will not be voting, but just to know how many are registered and are going to vote, considering the choices in this election. If so, why? If...
by Judy Specht 7 years ago
Why don't I have to show an ID to vote for president or anyone else?I have to show an ID to any policeman that asks, to get a prescription,see the doctor, get my blood drawn, board an air plane, get my taxes done, write a check, accept a job, withdraw money at the bank and sometimes when I use a...
by Chuck Nugent 3 years ago
Would making Election Day a Federal Holiday improve voter Turnout?Senator Bernie Sanders and others have called for making Election Day a national holiday as a way to increase voter participation in elections. Do you think that this would increase voter turnout on Election Day? Why or...
by mio cid 7 years ago
The way the republican party is positioning itself it may become an endangered specie.with democrats getting over 90 percent of the african american vote and the hispanic vote heading in that direction, as well as almost every other minority how do republicans plan to win an election in the future?
by Catherine Mostly 2 years ago
Would you support a voting boycott next election to insist politicians fix America's voting issues?We've already seen what happens when most of the country doesn't vote - but, we're still here. People on both political sides have talked about how our election process needs to be fixed, updated or...
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