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7 REASONS I WILL VOTE THIS ELECTION
I believe to whom much is given...
I had nothing to do with the fact that I live in this incredible free country where I choose where to live, what to study and what to do with my life. It's all possible because of a simple but profound idea, "we the people" which is my privilege to vote. Surely I can do more for my country, but I can do no less than vote.
There is no perfect candidate
Some say, "I don't like any of the candidates." I say, if I wait for the perfect candidate, I'll never vote. No one is perfect, so I'll vote for the candidates who best represent my values and my principles; and if I can't find anyone to represent my views, I'll write someone in...or I'll skip that office and vote for other offices. But I will exercise my right to vote!
No vote - no complaints
If I don't care enough to take my opinions and my values to the voting booth to do what I can to bring about change, then my voice and my opinion lose credibility. I shouldn't complain if I'm not willing to exercise my privilege and responsibility to do something about it.
I care about the entrepreneur building her dreams
For many, the American dream is the entrepreneurial dream, the opportunity to build something, create jobs, do good. I believe in free enterprise and the sense of personal liberty and freedom that comes along with being able to start a business or launch a non-profit organization. So if I believe in it, it’s my role to vote to protect it.
I care about the hope for our future from a biblical worldview
I know that our form of government started from a framework of Christian values and principles. And that the whole system depends on it. And that the only way our system continues to provide freedom and liberty for all is if these principles stay relevant. So it's our job as Christians to keep them relevant through our voices - our votes.
I care about the rights granted by God and the freedoms protected by government
If I don't vote, I disrespect the people who sacrificed enormously to give me that right. From those who fought on battlefields in our revolution for freedom, to those who fought to give women and blacks the right to vote. If nothing else, I owe it to them to vote.
I care about the poor - hungry for a better life
When we vote (and even when we don’t) an impact is made in our communities. Voting is not just for us, it’s also for the disadvantaged in our communities. It’s for the children without parents, the families struggling to make ends meet, and the homeless longing for a better life. Our votes can be used to build healthier communities to help the needy or underserved.
My vote shows I care about the poor - hungry for a better life.
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