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Why Voting Really Matters

July 15, 2017 • savervote

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For some people, voting can be truly daunting. The possibility of your candidate not turning out exactly who others portrayed him to be can be really discouraging, especially for those who are already skeptical about his candidacy.

But you know what?

For other people, voting can be truly delighting. The possibility of your candidate turning out exactly who others portrayed him to be can be really encouraging, even for those who are still skeptical about his candidacy.

That’s why voting really matters.

Even more so:

Voting helps you become more responsible.

As they say, with great power comes great responsibility. That’s why voting really matters. You have the power to elect someone who shares your values and beliefs into making the world a better place to live in. You also have the responsibility to elect someone who applies your values and beliefs into making the world a better place to live in. Power and responsibility goes together, which in turn helps you become more responsible as you learn more about who you’ve chosen to be elected into position.

Voting helps you become more passionate.

As they say, we must act out passion before we can feel it. That’s why voting really matters. Even before you’ve chosen someone to be elected and no matter what your imagined reality is, you’ve already acted out on your passion to make the world a better place to live in. While you’re choosing someone to be elected and no matter what others’ imagined reality is, you’re still acting out on your passion to make the world a better place to live in.

That’s why voting really matters. It will not only make you become more responsible. It will also make you more passionate. And ultimately, it will help you make the world a better place to live in.

Do you agree with these points? Why or why not?

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