do you vote?

Posted on November 15, 2006. Filed under: Politics, The boy(s) |

I was brought up to believe that voting is important. Brian was not. We argue about the importance of voting and how the lack of doing so really is sheer laziness on the behalf of those non-voters out there.

So please, can you shed some light you non-voters…why don’t you vote?

Voters — why do you? Is it important to you? Why?

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Well, I not only vote, I work in politics (sort of), so it’s extremely important to me. Partly in an ‘if you don’t vote, don’t complain’ sort of way, but also because my parents really involved us in politics at a very early age–my first political experience involved doing lit drops when my mom ran a losing city council campaign when I was eight or nine.


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