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If you live in the United Sates are you planning on voting in the presidential election?
In the last election voter turnout was higher due to social issues arising and new demographics in candidates. This election many people seem less than pleased with the choice in candidates. Are you voting and why?
As a US citizen, it is your responsibility to vote for all elections, including presidential elections. Choice of candidates should not mean that you do not vote. I am well aware that in many other countries, political parties and/or their candidates "boycott" the election process claiming fraud or some other unfair tactics being used by the ruling party. We have a very mature democracy, where such practices have never occurred, and thus we have no real excuse for not performing our duty to vote.
Absolutely! I just wish we had better candidates to choose from. The one I am going with will probably not be on either of the main parties ballots.
I would never consider not voting in an election. Even when I lioved outside of the States I voted.
Yes, I am certainly voting in this year's presidential election, and I'm voting for Mitt Romney.
Not in the States.. But we will vote. As a citizen it is not only a privilege but a Responsibility.
Too many men and women have paid the ultimate price, so that we remain free and have the great privilege, and responsibility to vote.
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
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by Marcy Goodfleisch7 months ago
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by Yves21 months ago
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by Man from Modesto5 years ago
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by H C Palting2 years ago
At this point, who are you most likely to vote for in the Presidential election and why?
by Catherine Mostly13 months ago
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