Postmortems of voting woes, disenfranchisement, and how countries around the world elect government officials.
Voting And All The Days Surrounding It Before And After
The time is etching closer and closer for the voting. The conversation fast forwards to after voting. What will everyone be doing beyond the vote? Before looking toward the after voting time, we must focus on before the voting. There are arguments spreading all over the world like wildfire. A big number of people are fighting against voting at all. The main reason some are against voting is because of the issues that are not being discussed. These issues are not even being brought in as the main topic when it comes down to all the serious matters. People are having a hard time finding someone that they feel is the right man or woman for the job.
VOTE AMERICA EVERY VOTE COUNTS
The Right to Vote is one of the most powerful rights that you could ever have as an American Citizen. You are not just voting a guy into office that would be the President of our country. It is more than just that, it is so much more. We are voting in an individual that will lead our country into greatness. “The Land of the Free and The Home of the Brave”.
Are Polls Meant To Inform Or Influence?
While this is a complete assumption, I would have to say that when polling started out on a serious level, it was probably intended to be a reflection of what people thought at any given time about any subject. As the practice has evolved, things have gotten more complicated and more outlets have ventured into the polling game, things have likely changed. The results of polling from the 2016 Presidential Election are a major indication of this fact.
Voting Should Be the Last Thing You Do.
There is something amiss in the land of the free. Behind the cheery symbolism of hamburgers, baseball, and bald eagles lies something sinister and hidden. If you knock down the walls of suburban cookie-cutter homes, you may find that America is made up of cleverly designed props, decoys of political theatre.
Please vote as if your life depended on it.
I believe in our democracy and the principal that we are free to make a choice in this election also the power that it represents. It is hard to be optimistic about this election, but now ten days to the election and I feel optimistic. Many who seek to suppress people's vote have been doing just that a very long time. For example, Gerrymandering, voter ID laws, closing polling places in Areas where minorities live. There is so much more interference if you look into it. One day I hope we can have fair and free elections. We need to keep voting for people who care about free and fair elections.
Vote or Neglect Your Duty
It's Hard Times During Corona In the midst of this Corona Virus there are a lot of people struggling. There are a lot of people out of work or with shortened hours and in need of help in paying bills or just getting food and other necessities. Mutual aid funds where you can volunteer to exchange services or resources for mutual benefit are great resources for anyone in need during this time. In the state of Massachusetts we have the Human Network Initiative, The Asian American Resource Workshop, Massachusetts Jobs with Justice Group and Covid-19 Greater Boston.
TO VOTE IN PERSON OR NOT!
I have thought voting is a special privilege that we have in America! Many countries do not have this privilege! This year because of the pandemic many people in America are voting by mail. It does not matter how you vote but your vote does matter! This year we have a lot at stake, the economy, unemployment, the pandemic, and many other reasons why your vote matters! I know my vote matters to me a lot it always did matter! Americans should be proud to vote especially seniors like I am. When I was twenty I could not wait until I was twenty-one to cast my vote for the presidency. And every time I do vote I want the little sticker that says I voted! I am proud of being an American citizen and a democratic way of life. The decision you make when you vote will impact the United States and the world. The world is watching who will be the next president of the United States.
Vote with All Your Heart and Mind
Our country, my home is in great turmoil. This is a time I, and many of us, never imagined we would see. With the presidential election less than a month away, there is much to consider. I will not write from a biased political position. This is about looking at the issues we face today in America and making a well-informed decision based on the possibility of resolutions.
Vote! Vote! Vote!
It is that time of year again, where the leaves start turning into golds, yellows, and various shades of red, where pumpkin spice lattes can be ordered and there is a feeling of warmth in the air. However, it is also the time where voting matters, especially you America. Canadians probably know more about your government than their own, why? because America's leader has a world-wide impact. It is not just the USA, it affects everyone around you that is why you should vote. Make a change, be the voice that counts to a win. I will try my best to not sound biased, but it can be difficult to remain as unbiased. We really need a win this year...here are the candidates for this election...
Treat Every Day Like an Election Month
Make It an All Year Long Thing The most important action I will be taking starting this year, is treating every single day of the rest of my life as though it is an election month. What I mean by that, is every day I will be paying attention to what policies and changes are needed in the world. I will take true notice of which politicians and government officials are actively doing their part and stepping up to the challenges. Everyone pays close attention and give consideration to the issues during an election year and the months leading up to the time to vote. For the rest of my days; I will be doing that to the same degree, each and every day.
Voting Is Very Important But It's Not So Easy For Some Of Us.
A lot of us take voting for granted. When we reach the age to vote there's a bit of a rite of passage when you go to the polls to vote. Still as easy as this task seems, it isn't so easy for everyone to vote. Everyone has their own situations and we can't just assume that everyone has the time to do something like this. Today we live in a time when it's increasingly difficult for some to rock the vote.
Voting Rights: Things May Not Know
Criminal Voting Rights: At one point, in time, voting, and the party you support, people did not openly speak. However, since we are entering one of the most critical elections of our time, its time to be educated on what can and can not do. There is much information that people do not know about voting. **These rules are specific to the State of Colorado. Our suggest that you look into what your state’s rights to vote are.**