Every four years the citizens of the United States of America come together to vote and elect the President of the United States. Voting in any type of election is important because it voices our opinions in selecting important leaders and officials and overall policies. Voting helps the person to decide what will they see done for themselves in the future depending leader who has the same views as you. The voter also is able to voice their opinion in future policies that will come into effect in the nation. Throughout the history of the United States the right to vote has been the most cherished constitutional rights that many have fought for to have.
Election Day in the United States is the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. Election Day this year happens to be this upcoming Tuesday, November sixth. This Tuesday I do plan to vote in the Presidential Elections. There are many reasons on why I plan to vote not only in these elections but the elections to follow as well. Voting is important in the nation we live in today. From the time the constitution was formed voting was a right given to citizens of the United States that gave them the opportunity to voice their opinion in our government system. Voting is a way for a person to speak ones mind and let ones voice be heard. When voting one is telling elected officials how we fill about a particular policy or other important issues our government should address. A persons voice is their vote and one needs to make it official by voting. This is a reason why I am voting, to let my voice be heard and have my say in government policy and have the ability in having a vote in who will run our country. Throughout the history of the United States people have fought to have the right to vote. By voting one honors the history of this country. One also honors the path this country took to have the right to vote for all peoples not only the select few. This is one of the reasons why I am voting, to honor our...
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