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In the constitution it says the right of citizens of the United States who are eighteenyears of age or older to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or bya State on account of age When asked why I think I would vote in this upcomingelection or any other I would have to say because it is my right A right given to me bythe government allowing me to have a say about what goes on in our country today IfI was eighteen I would take full advantage of the opportunity to help make the decisionThe statistics show that in the United States the amount of eligible voters thatactually vote is extremely low I think this is because a lot of people think they wontmake a difference This is the wrong attitude to have because if you dont vote youhave no right to complain If you dont take advantage of the opportunity to have a sayin what goes on then you didnt take proper action and cant complain cause you hadthe chance to make a difference On the other hand there are also the people that saythey dont have time to vote but really they have plenty of time That is no excuse There are also a fair number of people who say they dont like either of the candidatesso they arent going to vote I dont think this is the right view to take because even ifyou dont like the candidate maybe there is an issue that you can agree with or aparticular stand point that you can take a side on Therefore the freedom that is givento we the people to participate in the affairs of our country should be taken up onMany wonder how to go about raising the percentage of voters Those peoplethat think they dont make a difference should be told that there is no chance of makinga difference if you dont vote Taking the few
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