Increase Voter Turnout by Holding Money Until Vote
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My proposition is flawed in the fact that we force citizens to do something against their will; however, some things are necessary, just as a schoolboy who wishes to avoid his education. We must force that schoolboy to complete his education until he realizes the importance of receiving one. I await my opponent to present his case.
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The implementation of this system would not force anyone to do anything, simply enact a self-provided incentive to do so. The only part yet to be figured into the plan is how to set this up.
I believe that the money should be held by the state Division of Elections department. Part of every citizen's taxes will go towards this incentive; it will be put in their voter account. It provides some nice side benefits as well; if the money is absent from their account, you know that they have voted. It will be set up by someone with more knowledge of the whole process than myself, only 14 years old; I have yet to hear any fact based arguments, so I assume it has been found to be a possible option. Thank you for reading my arguments.
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