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Voting is one of the most important “Right” provided by our constitution to our citizens, the opportunity to have a choice in choosing who leads us. But some of us do not value that option when we fail to exercise our right to vote. It is very easy to take the ‘whatever attitude or who cares’ about this great responsibility. Now we live in a democracy and that means that we get a say in who is elected and the decision affecting us and our children. But how many know that this is a privilege for us to have a say how we want the government to operate?
The youth vote is sadly underestimated by party analysts, and the trend analysts who are entrusted with targeting the party’s advertising dollars and public relations efforts traditionally over look the youth market. Why? The reality is that year after year the percentage of eligible young voters who actually vote is small.
The biggest election issues often directly effect the youth of the nation. Think about the future and the world you will one day inherit from the next generation and you can add environmental concerns, technology, cyberspace, or add any issues near and dear to your heart and the list becomes overwhelming.
Some good reasons to vote are:
Voting is a tremendous privilege, it represents our God-given right to freedom and our wisdom to have a say in the decisions that affect us. It also reflects our appreciation for the sacrifices our ancestors have made and the hardships they have endured. If you are not registered to vote, call or stop in Voters Registration Office to get signed up. It only takes a few minutes, and even that step is likely to go noticed to those who are watching. In my opinion a few minutes out of your day is a small price to pay for the right to vote.