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Voting? Forget about it

Casting a ballot not worth the time

It is said that we the people have the power to shape our government. The ideals of democracy are enshrined in our Constitution, and it is these principles that have guided our great nation.
We are told that every voice counts. We are told that if we want to change the status quo, we have to make ourselves heard.
To do so, to make our wants rise above the din of complacency, we must vote. This simple act gives us the right to more than just gripe and puts the seat of leadership in our hands.
Well, so they say ...

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