Is voting worth it? And have you seen any change in America since you've been vo

  1. Rakim Cheeks profile image60
    Rakim Cheeksposted 2 years ago

    Is voting worth it? And have you seen any change in America since you've been voting?

  2. M. T. Dremer profile image96
    M. T. Dremerposted 2 years ago

    Voting is the most important thing we have in a democracy. The biggest crime against it has been the push to suggest 'your vote doesn't matter'. It can certainly feel that way when you're only one of millions, but voting is a patriotic duty.

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    Larry Wallposted 2 years ago

    Voting is important. It is the means by which you express your view on certain issues, elect public officials and determine if new taxes are going to be levied (at the local and state level. The Congress determines federal taxes, and the administration sets fees.) More people should vote. I have missed an election or two regarding small tax increases. Failing to vote makes it easier for candidates to win and for taxes to be approved.
    If the average voting turnout in a given political district is only 20 percent, then just 11 percent have to be convinced to vote for and against.

    One vote will seldom make a difference, (sometime it does) however, if that one vote is multiplied by 1,000 other voters, then the results can cause a change.

 
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