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Does My Vote Really Count?

You can help change the future, or at least make a difference in how the future manifests itself. All you have to do is cast your vote for the candidate to whom you think is best qualified to hold the office that is up for grabs.

You have the right to vote for the candidate of your preference and on the issues that affect you and your family. Your vote has far reaching consequences. It helps to elect, or defeat, politicians who make the laws that we live by and helps to determine the type of government that we live under.

Vote your conscience. Think about it! Your vote can help change the course of history. It can help change your neighborhood, the country, even the world. Your vote really can make a big difference in how the future plays itself out, but on the other hand, if you don't vote, you can claim responsibility for things staying the same or becoming worse than what they already are.

What if you want things to stay the same? What if you think that things are just great the way they are and change would be bad for you and the world? That's great! Even if you want things to stay the way they are, you should vote for the incumbent or the candidate who will hold the course, and help him, or his party, remain in power.

In a democracy, every vote is important. One vote can make a big difference in a close election. Your vote can be the catalyst for change or it can be the glue that keep things the way they are.

As a resident of your community, of your state, of your country, as a voter, as a concerned citizen, you should take pride in the fact that your one vote holds so much clout. You are important to the future of your family, your country, and the world.

Our country, our states, our communities, as they are today, are direct products of the way we voted in the past. If you don't like the way things are, or if you do, cast your vote on election day and make a difference.

Yes, your vote really does count.

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