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How important is it to Vote?

There is a belief that Americans are an unpredictable group when it comes to voting. As a nation, we get distracted with our daily routine and believe that things will be ok, so why would this election be any different? This is one of the reasons why the majority of the eligible voters, won’t care to exercise their right to do so. However, this year things might look different, as approximately 92 million of these electoral groups can become a potential wild card in the upcoming 2020 presidential election. That is if the political world understood what keeps them away from the polls, and, more importantly, what might lure them in the first place.

“Democracy is based upon the conviction; there are extraordinary possibilities in ordinary people.”

Harry Emerson Fosdick

Over our lifetime, we begin to realize which events have a tremendous effect on our lives, and one of those is voting. As individuals, we tend to feel our voices do not matter because others drown us out. In the case of voting, you have an opportunity to make a statement on who you want to lead our country for the next four years. Each candidate presents us with information to assist in our decisions.
Why does every vote matter? There have been several cases in U.S. history where there have been extremely tight races. A couple of examples: two votes decided the New Hampshire Senate race out of 223,363 in 1974. Also, in Massachusetts gubernatorial election was decided by two votes out of 102,066 in 1839. And the Alaskan congressional race was decided by a single vote out of 10,035 cast in 2008.

Nonvoters are a diverse faction with distinctive blocks that support Democrats and Republicans yet don’t show up to cast their ballots. Groups alienated from our political system find it bewildering, corrupt, irrelevant, or some combination thereof. These blocks are so large that when a campaign can motivate even a portion of one, it can swing an election. These voters may have been what allowed Trump to bust through the “blue wall” in the Great Lakes region in 2016 and Barack Obama to flip North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, and Indiana in 2008. What these blocks do in November could well decide the destiny of all us for the next four years.

Your vote is essential, it can determine whether one party or the other wins in the 2020 election. So, are you willing to allow the candidate of your choice, to become the next President of the United States, without voicing for opinion?

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