Quiz before Vote
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To make sure that Americans understand what/who they are voting for, they should be required to pass a short quiz on the issues before voting. If they fail then they can be given information written by both sides and if needed can have someone read them this information. Then they will be allowed to vote. It would be important to set up safeguards against people being swayed one way or another if they needed assistance understanding.
It is important that each American have a voice and that there voice is accurately translated through our voting system.
It would also be a waste of money since anyone could just look up the answers. It would be expensive to make and it would be completely pointless.
I am talking about the United States voting system. For example, voting for a president, or voting on laws.
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Vote Placed by Balacafa 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Misunderstanding of the resolution means that arguments are tied. Conduct to pro since con's first round response was bad spelling and conduct. It ruined the debate for Pro.
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