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...ting for many other important things, as well. This election may not be the most popular, due to the nominees, but you still need to go out and vote. The one duty we have as citizens of the United States is to vote, because it affects not only you, but your family and generations to come. Please sit down and think about the election and your stances. If need be, make a list and see who agrees with you on most issues and pick them on Tuesday, but please do not sit back and watch all of the action happen. Get involved and be an active citizen. Do not let anyone tell you that your voice does not matter, because it surely does! If congress didn 't believe our voices mattered, then they wouldn 't have changed the way voting works all those years ago, they would have just kept it as the electoral college. WE matter, YOU matter, YOUR vote matters....GO make a change!
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