I am going to vote, this is a huge election. There are many open seats to fill. Governor, Senate, Judges, etc... These are very important offices. I'd rather stay home and not vote, I've had enough voting lately. However, I do know how important it is to vote, so I will exercise my right. I do want to set an example for my children. I feel strong about my candidates, and they can't win if I don't vote.
Yes. I am not pleased with my choices...Yet again! I am voting hoping to minimize the damage.
The real decisions are made in the primaries. I wish more people would take them seriously. Most candidates who come anywhere close to my way of thinking have already lost.
YES! I live in Thailand and am still able to vote on an absentee ballot. So many people have suffered to give every American citizen the right to vote - why wouldn't someone take advantage of that privileged?
It's odd to me that one of the things publicized and promoted on the news is when due to our forces being in Iraq, citizens now have the right to vote - why would we go to another country to offer that great privilege when we wouldn't vote on our own soil?
I hope everyone votes...even if they don't like the candidates.No one will be perfect 100% and I may not even agree with who others are voting for, but I hope everyone expresses their right to do so....even if they live in foreign countries.
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
As voters, Why are we excepting either Romney or Obama as presidential candidates for 2012.The argument over leadership and leadership abilities, lost job, jobs sent overseas, economic policy, foreign policy, national and foreign debt, national banking and international banking issues, has raged......
by N B Yomi 2 years ago
I won't be voting in the 2016 election, as all the candidates who did seem to have good sense lost, and the two vying for office... Don't seem to be very bright... But aside from that, it feels like a set up, as a means to manipulate history. Neither is doing anything to breed confidence, and feels...
by Credence2 5 years ago
See video linkhttp://www.nbcnews.com/id/3036697/ns/ms … 5#52776545Otherwise to recap-After watching Chris Matthews :Steve Lonegan is supposed the be the GOP standard bearer against Democrat Cory Booker for the upcoming NJ senate race. Is this just more GOP merchandize being put up for sale...
by GA Anderson 2 years ago
Is it time to consider a coalition government?It is my opinion that neither party, Democrat or Republican, can win a national election with just their base. Both parties need some part of the Independent or undecided vote to gain an election victory.The far Left seems to think that only they know...
by alexandriaruthk 6 years ago
Are you going out to vote this coming Presidential election, why or why not?In 2008, we saw that Americans went out and vote. While some people don't vote at all, others support their party but don't go out and vote. How about you, are you going to cast your vote and let your voice be heard?
by Michele Travis 6 years ago
Why don't enough people vote?More than 130 million people turned out to vote Tuesday, the most ever to vote in a presidential election.In 2008 the Presidential electionwith ballots still being counted in some precincts into Wednesday morning, an estimated 64 percent of the electorate turned out,...
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