Every Vote Counts

Amen. I couldn’t have said this better.

A Series of Fortuitous Events

I would vote for Hillary Clinton.


I feel as though the American Citizen has the obligation of fulfilling their civic responsibility of voting.

The right to vote is one that many in other countries couldn’t even fathom having, so it is one that shouldn’t be taken for granted. Citizens should take an active part in their government, for it is a democracy in which We The People can select who we want to run this country, rather than having a self proclaimed dictator or no voice in government like in some other countries.

In this election, voters must pick between the two most hated candidates in American history. However, voters shouldn’t opt for not voting because lack of voters at the polls is a large threat to democracy.

Lack of voters at the polls shows hypocritical apathy, especially in this election, as it is filled with attention, controversy, arguments…

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  1. Kathleen O · October 13, 2016

    They could also vote for a third party candidate.


  2. Sabine J · October 14, 2016

    True, but the third party candidates don’t even have enough support to participate in the debates. In this election, a vote for a third party is basically a wasted vote. I understand that some people feel morally obligated not to vote for the principal candidates, but when it comes down to it, it will be either Clinton or Trump that wins this election.

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