How often do you vote or how much do you vote?
Do you vote every year or just when a politician is brought to your attention?
I vote each time there is an election, whether it be local or national issues. I make it my business to become as informed as possible before an election about issues and candidates. I feel strongly that voting is my responsibility as a citizen.
whenever there is an election that matters, i don't just vote for voting sake, i vote to make my vote count.
Since I turned 18 and was legally able to vote, I have voted in every local and general election. It's very important for everyone to vote and make a contribution to the way your country is run. Finding a party whos policies you like can be difficult but you need to research parties and find out what their aims are for the growth of the country.
Every opportunity when I am issued with a polling card entitling me to vote, I will cast my vote.
If one doesn't vote on a given opportunity, then how can that person comment on any issue that occurs as a result of that vote? Never waste your vote!
I do vote, but our vote really only has weight at the local level. In the U.S. the only real vote we have is how we spend our money. Due to the electoral college...the popular vote means nothing in the U.S. .... it is just to make you feel like you are taking part in something. But the winner is NOT based on the number of votes......then there is the "organization" which can overthrow even an electoral college decision...as in the case of George Bush Jr....the first time EVER the supreme court interfered with an election, and declared a winner....while barring votes from being counted.......
Wake up Sheeple...we do not live in a free country...it has been hijacked by fascist corporate pigs
Buy from small locally owned stores
Do not buy goods made overseas
buy organic whenever possible
do not buy things in plastic containers when possible
support companies that are doing things right
by mattmcnapa8 years ago
why do people continue to complain about the government yet do not vote?is there an underlying belief that voting doesnt matter or are they just content to be miserable.
by ptosis5 years ago
"A constitutional amendment, which requires a two-thirds vote in both houses of Congress (or a Convention under Article V of the Constitution) and ratification in three-fourths of all fifty states, would be...
by Old Poolman20 months ago
The more I hear about this upcoming election the more confused I get.One of the so called "Delegates" even loudly proclaimed it was they who choose the next winner, not the voters.What if all Primaries were...
by Faith Reaper14 months ago
I may be a bit naive on this topic, but I believe that my vote should count. I understand the history and all, but I still think one's vote should count, and the candidate who receives the most votes should...
by Michele Travis6 years ago
More people need to vote. If we want to change what is going on in the U.S.A. more of us need to vote! The statistics are horrible. Why don't people vote? ...
by Paul Wingert14 months ago
FORGET PRAYING that something will prevent Trump from taking office! It’s like signing the stupid Impeach Bush or Obama petitions that does absolutely nothing except giving you the feeling like you did something by...
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