Of course I will vote, won't you? In America, the right to vote FREELY for the people who control the quality of your lives formed the basis of our form of government and, in my opinion, not to vote is a slap in the face of our founders, even thought they gave you the right to choose.
I think I am not too far wrong in stating that America is still probably unique in the world in our ability to elect individual politicians who fought to be your representative. You may ask, what about Canada or England? Yes they vote freely, but not for individual politicians who got on the ballot the way they do in America. Instead, they are voting for the party's choice of candidate and are, if fact, voting for or against the ruling party, not the candidate.
Be happy that our founders didn't adopt the Athens version lock, stock, and barrel. There, voting wasn't a privledge you could ignore, it was law. If you were a male in the military (all male citizens of a certain age were in the military), you were required to vote. All others, e.g. slaves and women, were not allowed to do so.