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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.

  • My vote does count.

    My vote does count because a lot of people think that it won't count and so they do not vote and someone they do not like ends up getting elected. If those no voters would vote the results could be drastically different. Bottom line people who do not vote need to vote for there to be a fair election.

  • Every vote counts!

    I believe that voting has a huge impact in our society because every vote counts! There are many people who have the same opinion and values as you. You are voicing for what you believe in and what you think will better our country. It is a privilege for one to be able to vote, in other countries, individuals want to make a difference in their country but don't have the right to vote.

  • Voting 100% proves something

    Yes voting does prove something. It's our American right to do so, and if everyone decides it's a bad idea to vote, then nothing will be changed. In California, people vote on propositions for the state they're living in, and those who live their give their input on what should and should not be proposed. We can agree that there's many things that can be fixed without government, and us as the people who are the reason the government stands, can make a difference.

  • Every vote matters

    I believe that voting has a huge impact on our society as a whole. By voting, you prove to be an actively participating citizen who has an opinion of how our country should be governed. If all nonvoters came together to realize the impact they are making by not having a say, our country could have a much brighter future.

  • Even one vote can make a difference

    I believe that yes a vote is important and does prove something. For example, by voting we get to participate in bettering our community and nation. We have the opportunity to participate and choose our President. Although you make think that by not voting it won't affect who wins that wrong because a one vote difference can change a lot.

  • Yes it does help

    In my opinion voting does help. If you think about it there are millions of others that have the same opinion as you so you have people on your side. When it all adds up it could make a difference. It does help so anybody who can vote, VOTE. Your opinion matters.

  • Yes i believe voting does prove somehing

    Voting proves that you have a say and you are giving your opioin in your country. With just one person speaking out and taking action to vote you are demonstrating to others that our country actually does care for our opinion and if we have the opportunity to vote than we should take it because it will make a difference.

  • Yes voting matters

    So many people say that voting doesn't change a difference but you are one in a million, that means that could be others that think the same way you do. Sometimes one vote could change it all. Voting is a way to have your voice heard even if you are not taking , your vote still counts as a word you are saying to change the view of others.

  • It does prove something

    In the grand scheme of things, voting does prove something . I personally think this because here in the U.S., the government was made to listen to it's people so that it could make improvements and to include the citizens in making the country stronger and better. So yes i agree that voting does prove something. It gives us a chance to see what we could do to improve the country.

  • It doesn't matter

    My vote doesn't matter because at the end of the day all the vote dose is put someone into the white house who has different plans when they are voted into office but on the campaign trail they say that they will fight for what you want but then go in a totally different direction.

  • It doesn't matter

    My vote doesn't matter because at the end of the day all the vote dose is put someone into the white house who has different plans when they are voted into office but on the campaign trail they say that they will fight for what you want but then go in a totally different direction.

  • Voting Doesn't Prove Anything

    In my opinion, voting does not matter. Mainly because of the truth behind it. Citizens don't really have the power to change anything, our government just wants us to feel like we do. Just because we vote for a certain candidate doesn't prove anything, in the end our decision doesn't mean much.

  • 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.


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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.