People speculate e that this is because, the people that elected them in the first place are the same p people voting to reelect them, and that the people that don’t approve aren’t voting be cause its not a presidential elections and people do not even bother to vote.
Change is what is wanted and needed for this country yet we are reelecting the same people ova err and over because the same people are voting over and over again.
Another major reason people don’t vote is that they think that the IR one vote doesn’t make a difference.
This is a common excuse that’s rooted in the belief that the Electoral College chooses the President, not the voters.
There’s no doubt that voting presents scheduling challenges, but is that really a good ex. After all, people all over the world have fought and died for the right to Vote.
The least we can do is carve out a few minutes to go to a polling center and cast o our vote. Org, Americans typically have a reputation for Ewing apathetic towards politics and voting in general, but politics in particular can c a use Americans’ eyes to glaze over. “If you don’t vote, y immediately forfeit your right to object to how things are done.14 percent of Americans thought that Congress was doing a good job.Yet when elections ca me last November, 90 percent of Congress members were reelected.We do all this through our representatives in government and through our o wan actions in our communities.Presidential elections, which have the highest voter turns UT, are not the only important elections in the US, midterm elections are also important b cause in them we vote for the people who actually make laws and impact our daily live According to Statistician.Com the number of people that vote is 64% of the eligible voters, while that may be a good amount of people, that means almost 75 mil lion people are denying themselves the right to vote.A majority of the people included in hat 75 million are benzene the ages of 18 and 25 and on average women vote more than men.In reality, the popular vote in each state determines which candidate the Electoral College endorses for that state.Therefore, your vote does count within your state, and you should get out an d exercise your right to vote. Com states that Americans are busy with work, family, and other life obligations that tend to get in the way of civic duties like voting.These two feats were big steps in America for racial tolerance, and gender equality.The voting age was lower De in 1971 with the 26th amendment giving the right to all citizens 18 years of age a ND older to vote.