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  • If it does select Yes, if not don't vote.

    I'n trying to figure out what impact voting has on opinions. Some say that voting is pointless and don't bother. They actually discourage others from voting and in a way they fulfill their own prophecy. If more people start believing that voting is important we should see a decline in the percentage of people who say no. I say we need to hear from both sides about this.

  • Vote Matter Only Slightly

    One single vote is not enough to make a difference in the grand scheme of things. What makes a vote have power is the fact that it is grouped together with other votes which give it potential. While of course a single vote counts, it counts only when it is alongside other votes and sometimes the votes in an election do not rightfully represent the population. So while a single vote by itself carries no power, it must be accompanied by other votes. In summary, a vote simply does matter, the difference one single vote makes is minuscule into what the votes of a larger population are, but all those are made up of a minuscule vote.

  • Voting Does Matter

    Voting is important because people want to have someone that can benefit them and other generations to come. It is also important because it tells government officials what the people want to have the changes that need to be done withing the country. Voting also helps shape the country to make it become better and better.

  • Voting Does Matter

    Voting is important because people want to have someone that can benefit them and other generations to come. It is also important because it tells government officials what the people want to have the changes that need to be done withing the country. Voting also helps shape the country to make it become better and better.

  • Need more people

    I do believe that voting counts because us a union and people who want the best for our country should want to vote and try make things better. In my opinion beggars cant be choosers but we need more people to vote so we all agree of who can take care of us as a president.

  • Voting really does matter...

    I think that yes voting matters a lot some people hear it doesn't but it does you never know the vote could come down between only a couple votes difference and if you would've voted your vote would be a major help to what could happen and be the result. If you have an opinion on something you should vote you can make a difference and if you don't vote then your opinion won't be heard.

  • Every vote matters.

    In the end no vote is wrong, every vote matters. Your vote does make a difference, by supporting what you believe your participating in the nations politics. Everyone needs to vote, the belief that "oh, my vote won't matter" is the exact opposite of what the american people need to believe.

  • Every vote matters.

    In the end no vote is wrong, every vote matters. Your vote does make a difference, by supporting what you believe your participating in the nations politics. Everyone needs to vote, the belief that "oh, my vote won't matter" is the exact opposite of what the american people need to believe.

  • Voting is important

    I think voting is important and every vote counts. Voting is your way of having a voice in this country. It shows what you stand for, and might help make a change in the country. And yes, every vote counts because the votes add up. And if all people assume their votes didn't count, not enough people would be voting and it would be no good.

  • Not every vote counts

    In my opinion , not every vote counts because of the amount of votes and voters . Also i feel that voting doesn't solve anything nor does it help out people in need. So in my opinion voting doesn't solve anything at all , in my opinion it's just another way for the American government to make money.

  • Vote Matter Only Slightly

    One single vote is not enough to make a difference in the grand scheme of things. What makes a vote have power is the fact that it is grouped together with other votes which give it potential. While of course a single vote counts, it counts only when it is alongside other votes and sometimes the votes in an election do not rightfully represent the population. So while a single vote by itself carries no power, it must be accompanied by other votes. In summary, a vote simply does matter, the difference one single vote makes is minuscule into what the votes of a larger population are, but all those are made up of a minuscule vote.

  • A single vote is not enough

    The voting process can only work when as much people as possible participate, then and only then can the politcal process of solving issues and finding compromises be met. A single vote does not mean much in the grand scheme of things, while it does matter, it influences only such a small margin. Vote of an entire party and people can make a difference, and in that since yes a vote does matter. But a vote cannot matter in a system in which what matters is numbers.

  • A single vote is not enough

    The voting process can only work when as much people as possible participate, then and only then can the politcal process of solving issues and finding compromises be met. A single vote does not mean much in the grand scheme of things, while it does matter, it influences only such a small margin. Vote of an entire party and people can make a difference, and in that since yes a vote does matter. But a vote cannot matter in a system in which what matters is numbers.

  • A single vote is not enough

    The voting process can only work when as much people as possible participate, then and only then can the politcal process of solving issues and finding compromises be met. A single vote does not mean much in the grand scheme of things, while it does matter, it influences only such a small margin. Vote of an entire party and people can make a difference, and in that since yes a vote does matter. But a vote cannot matter in a system in which what matters is numbers.

  • A single vote is not enough

    The voting process can only work when as much people as possible participate, then and only then can the political process of solving issues and finding compromises be met. A single vote does not mean much in the grand scheme of things, while it does matter, it influences only such a small margin. Vote of an entire party and people can make a difference, and in that since yes a vote does matter. But a vote cannot matter in a system in which what matters is numbers.

  • A single vote is not enough

    The voting process can only work when as much people as possible participate, then and only then can the politcal process of solving issues and finding compromises be met. A single vote does not mean much in the grand scheme of things, while it does matter, it influences only such a small margin. Vote of an entire party and people can make a difference, and in that since yes a vote does matter. But a vote cannot matter in a system in which what matters is numbers.

  • Voting does not prove anything

    I do not believe voting proves anything. Voting is set up to fund our government and make us civilians believe we are making an impact on the change of who runs our country. The government will always decide in the end who gets to hold the chair of such leadership and responsibility.

  • Voting does not prove anything

    I do not believe voting proves anything. Voting is set up to fund our government and make us civilians believe we are making an impact on the change of who runs our country. The government will always decide in the end who gets to hold the chair of such leadership and responsibility.

  • It does not help

    In my opinion not every vote counts because of the amount of votes and voters . A i feel that voting doesn't solve anything or does it help out people in need. So in my opinion voting doesn't solve anything at all , in my opinion it's just another way for the American government to make money.

  • No your vote does not matter.

    Voting usually doesn't produce much serious change. The problem with the political system is not specific candidates or parties but it is the system that we use which is the two party electoral system, In which big corporations can buy our votes through special interest groups which make sure that the average citizens' don't count for much especially since decisions like citizens united.


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e.x3 says2017-02-06T06:02:00.510
I believe that voting does prove anything. Many people would like to argue that a single vote would not make a difference whether it is for propositions or the next president. However, if everyone thought that their vote did not count, and they decided not to vote because it would not matter, then there would be no change. So yes, your vote does count because every vote has the potential to make a difference.