Do you vote?

@Marcola (2776)
United States
April 15, 2008 1:15pm CST
I never have. I could've voted in the last two elections, but I didn't. I think it's good to be well informed about the candidates before you do. Looking back now, I kind of wish I had, because George Bush really isn't an outstanding president in my opinion. Like they say, even one vote can make a difference.
8 responses
@minnie_98214 (10574)
• United States
15 Apr 08
I do vote most the time if I can get to the polls. Its gonna be hard to vote this year as im undecided still I kinda want to vote for Mickey Mouse he could do a better job lol.
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@Marcola (2776)
• United States
24 May 08
Most likely!
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• United States
2 Jun 08
Thanks for best response.
@sunkissed (4332)
• United States
15 Apr 08
Yes, I do vote. I think it is one of our priviliges her in this country. I only wish that alot more people would take the time to vote also. I believe every vote does count. If I do not vote, I do not believe I have the right to sit back and criticise the elected officials.
• India
15 Apr 08
yes they do say each and every vote counts and if all the educated people stop voting thinking it wont make a differnce thats where the problem is. however i sometimes feel one is worse than the other. youll never be satisfied. so there we go. i still think it is important for all of us to vote
@roxanne271 (2035)
• Trinidad And Tobago
15 Apr 08
Do as it says... - Exercise your right to vote.
Yes I do. Actually the last election in my country was my first time voting and even though they didn't win the overall election, that's okay. The main thing is i exercised my right. I think more people should vote. Some people think one vote might not make a difference but actually sometimes it really can!
@chiyosan (29388)
• Philippines
15 Apr 08
i have never voted. i never had the time to register and i lost interest in the country's voting system...
@foxyfire33 (10017)
• United States
15 Apr 08
Here's the way I see it...Voting is a right, not a requirement. It is too important to me for me to just choose the lesser of two evils just so I can say I voted. I haven't voted since the 2000 elections because I haven't felt there have been deserving candidates since then. I had considered voting in our big primary this month but I didn't get registered in my new district in time...no big deal, they are both about equal in my opinion. I'll register in time for the November as I definitely have a strong opinion about that.
15 Apr 08
I have been able to vote for the past 2 elections but have never bothered to, the main reason being that i no hardly anything about politics and feel my vote would be cast based on no knowledge so have refrained from doing so, I keep saying i am going to start and get interested in it but it all seems so corrupt to me and they all are as bad as each other in my oppinion.
@ersmommy1 (12605)
• United States
15 Apr 08
Yes I do. I think it is a shame that more people don't vote. It is very important. Our freedoms have been hard fought and won by others. I feel that to honor what so many have sacraficed for we should vote. Many people elsewhere don't have the opportunity. I think it is sad too many take it for granted.