Are you registered to vote, and if so, are you going to vote in the upcoming election?
I really do not care to know for whom you will or will not be voting, but just to know how many are registered and are going to vote, considering the choices in this election. If so, why? If not,why? As I stated, I do not want to know who it is you are voting for in this election for president. Thank you.
Yes to both. I have been registered since I was 18. Voted in every election even if I did not like either candidate. You still have to make a choice
Yes, I am registered to vote and will be voting in November. I have missed few, if any elections in the 38 years I have been registered to vote. I may be out of town this year on election day so I will get an absentee ballot to vote prior to the deadline.
I am registered to vote - And I am going to vote in the upcoming election - for several reasons:
1) I look back at history and how many people had to fight for our rights to vote - African Americans and Women -some were arrested simply because they wanted to exercise their right to vote.
2) I have always used the saying "If you stand for nothing you will fall for anything" - If I don't exercise my right to vote, then I'm okay with whatever happens.
3) I think it is senseless not to exercise your right to vote -whether your party wins or not - it is your right - so use it, before you lose it.
I just want to add - we will not get a president who will do everything they say they are going to do - it just won't happen.
Hi ReneeDC1979, thank you so much for answering! I am sorry I missed your answer from long ago. Just now going through my questions and realized I had not chosen a best answer here. You certainly have stated great reasons to vote!
Thank you Faith Reaper. Glad you like my answer.
You are so welcome. And I apologize for not commenting long ago and choosing a best answer then.
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