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I know that because I brought that up in a - post the other day about

Posted: Dec 6th, 2018 - 7:10 am In Reply to: The problem is that it takes away choice. Many people - don't register to vote because they

about the people living in my house and why they don't vote. They were criticizing democrats and that's when I told them don't criticize if you don't vote. They have since registered. I realize they will vote republican but the whole point is people should vote no matter who it is for.

How well informed do you think 90% of the country is? I personally review the candidates, even in the local elections but most just vote by party. I did vote for Hillary last election, but my vote was against Trump. If Kasich had won the republican nominee, I probably would have voted for him. I don't believe Hillary is the biggest crook in the world as the Hannity's and Trump's would make her out to be, but I think we have had enough of the Clinton's, Bush's, etc. Honestly, I'm not seeing anybody I like on the democrat side so far. I like Joe Biden but let's face it, we need some new faces (and not far left). If Flake runs, I will most likely vote for him because I think he is more of a moderate. If Trump gets the nomination, I will then have to vote for the democrat just to vote against Trump.

Back to the "every American citizen being registered to vote at 18." You have a choice not to vote even if you are registered. So what if you get called for jury duty. That's also a civic duty.


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