BC: 2013 | With help from the following websites ------------------------------------------- www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Voting.shtml www.canivote.org/ www.rockthevote.org/ Huffington Post
FC: Why we should...
1: By: Trey Schwarcbher
2: People in our history have striven for the right to vote. If what so many people | Approximately 68 percent of voting age Americans are registered to vote. This compares to 100 percent of Argentinians, 97 percent of Brits, 93 percent of Canadians and 77 percent of South Africans.
3: Reason 1.) Voting is a privilege | we decide not to vote, then aren't we just abusing have fought for?
4: The Millennial generation already makes up 1/5 of the electorate. By 2015, they will account for 1/3. | Reason 2.) | It is important for us to vote, for what do we do today creates a domino effect on what our children and grand-children will endure for tomorrow...
5: Our future generation | So why not leave them a world that you helped create?
6: Reason 3.) For us. (U.S) One thing that every single human shares is an inevitable fate. But, we do not have to be gone forever. When someone votes, they become a part of something much larger, this being a long story called history. When we vote, we can rest peacefully knowing that we contributed to a change that will live on forever. For the duration of 2006 through 2008, young voters made the difference in several tight races. Senator Obama owes his caucus win in Iowa to 18-29 year olds,
8: Many people do not vote because they believe that their "one" vote does not make a change...but ask yourself...
9: Stars 'n' Stripes Forever | If votes make a decision... what makes your vote worth any less than ANYONE'S?