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    When it comes to obligations such as paying taxes, assurances, health care, even going to school for children, nobody has the freedom to choose doing it or not. It is a requirement. And those are ways that helps our government to function in transparency. Voting is one of the principles of democracy .If someone does not want to vote, his or her freedom and democratic rights should be restricted. We, Americans, fought for that freedom. Think of all those soldiers who lost their lives in order for us to be able to vote and we are not taking advantage of that. Those adults who sit on their couches on Election Day are not following their American duty. So many people voice their negative opinions about our government, but don't go out to the polls to vote. Our country is supposed to have vertical accountability, which sadly, is not happening. I believe that if we mandated voting, people would start paying attention to the government and the candidates; which would cause an outburst of the knowledge in our government and actually bring competition back into our Elections.

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  • No, voting rights should not be mandatory.

    A convicted felon does not deserve the right to vote. A mentally retarded person is not competent to vote. A three year old is to young to vote. A dog doesn't know how to vote. For these reasons voting rights should not be mandatory. They are a priviledge not a right.


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