BC: Remember To Vote In All Upcoming Elections!
FC: VOTING and YOU
1: Vote: a usually formal expression of opinion or will in response to a proposed decision - Merriam-Webster
2: My Involvement With Voting I am 17 and have registered early to vote; meaning when I turn 18 I will automatically be listed as a voter in the state of North Carolina.
4: Why Is Voting Important? All United States citizens have the right to vote, so why waste it? Registered voters can elect officials and vote on certain legislation. Voting gives us a voice in our government. If we couldn't vote, our best interests wouldn't be the
5: number 1 priority of our government.
6: Why Should I Vote? Like I said before, voting gives us all voice in our government. The thing is, everyone in the United States doesn't share the same voice. You and everyone else don't think the same, and will disagree on certain topics.
7: You might think that we need stricter traffic laws, but your neighbor thinks that they need to be looser. When you vote, your voice is heard!
8: What's The Point In Voting If My Voice Will Get Drowned out? While many people do think differently from you on some things, many will think like you on some topics. Your voice won't do much for you individually, but in a like minded
9: crowed it can do so much more. If I, and many other voters vote for our state to adopt more traffic laws, our collective voice could make the change pass. Encourage others to vote like you!
10: What Can I Do? There are many things you can do! -The first step is to register; if your underage, register early! -Encourage or even register others to vote. -Assist in a campaign you agree with.