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Will you be voting today?
Are you voting in your local election(s) today? Are you a regular voter?
Yes, I'll be engaging in that act of futility shortly. I vote in every election, albeit begrudgingly the past decade and a half or so.
Yes, I am a regular voter. Even when I feel politically discouraged, I still feel it's my duty to vote. If we stop voting, we're just giving away our democracy.
I actually voted early. Some election seasons it feels like I'm choosing the lesser of two evils but I still vote. I agree with what M.T. Dremer said. I also feel like it's my civic duty to participate. I volunteer, I vote, and I write letters and emails to tell my elected officials how I think they're doing when I think they are messing up in a major way or doing an exceptionally good job. I never attack the person, their party affiliation, or blow off steam to them. I hope that I offer well earned praise and constructive criticism.
Yes. I got my vote in early this morning. I feel like the midterm elections are the most important because they have most impact on us (School Board, City Council,etc.)
by American View17 months ago
If all the I illegal Aliens said tomorrow they are voting Republican, would the Dems desire Voter ID cards, would they want the voter rolls updated, would they have backed Obama's amnesty for the young illegals?
by Man from Modesto5 years ago
Do you research candidates before voting? How could anyone vote for Romney or Obama?I wrote articles about a local Modesto mayoral election in 2012. Though I was on the first Google results page for the biggest search...
by ahorseback17 months ago
Will liberals even admit it ? The possibility of millions of voters out of the twenty or thirty million illegals in America ?
by Catherine Mostly12 months ago
Would you support a voting boycott next election to insist politicians fix America's voting issues?We've already seen what happens when most of the country doesn't vote - but, we're still here. People on both political...
by Chuck Nugent18 months ago
Would making Election Day a Federal Holiday improve voter Turnout?Senator Bernie Sanders and others have called for making Election Day a national holiday as a way to increase voter participation in elections. Do...
by GA Anderson3 years ago
Listening to a couple political pundits discussing a local election result - I heard them agree that the low voter turnout for the election probably helped unseat an incumbent.Their logic was that the voters that did...
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