If you love to complain in order to see changes, voting is for you.
2. It’s your right
Others died for this privilege and now it’s your right.
Who’s representing you? Find out and make sure your concerns are their concerns.
4. It’s your duty
“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” - John F. Kennedy.
5. More federal money …
for higher education funding, youth programs, the environment, HIV/AIDS or breast cancer research, whatever your cause.
6. To cancel out someone’s vote
In disagreement with your parents or friends on certain issues? Cancel them out.
7. To bust the stereotype
Young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 are said to not care about the issues. Prove them wrong!
8. If you don’t, someone else will
Why would you want someone else deciding what’s best for you?
9. Every vote counts
Remember the 2000 Election controversy?
10. Make some noise!
Your opinions matter. It’s time to be heard.
If you have not voted early, please go vote tomorrow. It is our civic duty, and we cant afford to lose that right because we are too lazy to go vote.