It is compulsory.As a citizen of a country it is your duty to vote for the person you think will run your country well.That's important for good administration of any nation.
by Jack Lee3 weeks ago
As most of you know, I support many of Trump’s initiatives and I defend him here on hubpages when he is unfairly criticized by the media and others.You may also know I did not vote for Trump or Hillary in the 2016...
by SparklingJewel6 years ago
what is the truth behind this? it boils down to the fact...are illegals voting in US elections? If it is so, it is not Constitutional, or a correct thing to be happening, as far as I am concerned.Opinions on this? any...
by Justin Earick4 years ago
While a 28th Amendment stating that corporations are not people and money is not speech would be ideal - how about compulsory voting? What if we used the carrot approach - say increasing tax-credits for voting in...
by alian3465 years ago
How can low percentage turnouts in important elections be improved?Recently in the UK we had local council elections and the turnout was very low - only about 1 in 3 voted. Is this the same in your country? If so, how...
by William Johnson3 years ago
Do you think we need more than two major political parties in the USA?Do you think the country would be better with more parties represented on a bigger scale?
by Beata Stasak6 years ago
How do your choose your favourite political candidate?Robert Redford said, in retrospection about his film 'Candidate': "We select people by cosmetics, not substance, I thought, maybe that point would get through...
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