Raise Your Voice: Exercise Your Right to Vote

Raise Your Voice: Exercise Your Right to Vote

The general public chooses its leaders. Voting gives us the power to select the people in power who will listen to our qualms and help make sure that all our needs are met. It will also help us get rid of those who are abusing their position.

But, when not even half of the population vote regularly, what happens to democracy? You have the power to choose what happens to America, and your choice can make a huge difference. Generally speaking, if only part of the voters cast their ballots, the government is more likely to be run by a small clique of people who don’t have the general interest of the people or government in their hearts.

If you are a US citizen and are 18 years old on or before the day of the election, take part in revitalizing the country. Vote, so you can help protect yourself, your loved ones, and everyone else who does not have the privilege to vote due to certain circumstances. Do it for the little kids, less fortunate, oppressed, and future generations.

Vote, so you can be sure that your money (tax) is being used well and for the good of all. Vote and make sure that your human rights aren’t violated.

Let us collectively help improve the electoral process by doing our part and taking political action in America — register and vote.

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