The Importance of Voting
With the Long Lines, the stressful waiting, and the constant question of asking yourself “why am I here?” on going in your head makes the waiting to vote the most exciting thing ever. But wait aside of that, think for a second. This year there were people going to vote even when hurricane sandy hit parts of their neighborhood, destroyed their houses or flooded several ways for them to get to their voting station, but they still voted. They’re is people who went to those voting polls and spent long hours putting whatever situation they were in aside and went to vote. They did so To fulfill their duty as a citizen, to make their voice heard and their vote count. This is why I think whatever the case maybe it’s important to vote. Although in voting; a one vote difference has never happened it’s still our duty to the democracy to let our vote count.
In the democracy that we live in today there are many issues that are being addressed and many opinions trying to turn into ideas about the problems that were facing. That is why as citizens of this nation we need to critically think of which position do we believe in most; and vote to make that difference in our country. But since this is about the importance of voting , not only should we vote for the president of the United States we should vote for the people that are trying to make their way into our congress, since they make most of the decisions. Many people believe that the president is the one that let’s things just happen, but they’re wrong. The idea is presented, then the president agrees or disagrees with it, the idea is taken into congress and then they decide whether they think it’s useful and if they agree, then a bill is made. So congress is one of the most important factors in politics that we should all take into count. We should try to vote in general because that gets us more involved in things that go on in our lives, like our mayors of the state, mayor of the...
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