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What is your argument for or against "Voter Apathy"?

What is "voter apathy"?

People should always vote, right?

If you do vote, can you affect a system of government, or if you don't vote, can that have a greater impact on a system of government?

Ye or Ne?

Topics: voter apathy
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  • Oct 12 2012: So many people on here are promoting apathy because "there are no good candidates". You do not need to ever vote for a candidate to vote. There are always multiple ballot issues and referendums that have nothing to do with electing any particular person to any particular office.
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      Oct 12 2012: Very true, but we can't always pick between the lesser of two evils, so why not put a kind and caring leader into power. For example, by the right-in votes.

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