Why voting is important essays
Voting is the essence of a democracy. Therefore, it should be practice by all the citizens of a country. Unfortunately, I can't vote, because I am not a U.S.A citizen yet. Hopefully, I will be a U.S.A citizen within the next year. However, as a minority in this country, I believe voting is our voice, and we should let our voices be heard by voting in all elections. In land of the free and the home of the brave, and where "All men are created equally." Minorities had to fight and struggle in order to have the right to vote. I personally believe that people have forgotten about it, and some have just lost faith in the electoral system. But the majority would rather complain, rather than get up early and cast their votes.
As a minority in this country, I have learned about the struggles minorities had to endure. The Civil Rights Moment, and people like Martin Luther King Jr. They were fighting in a peaceful manner for all minorities. In one of his famous speeches, Mr. King said "I believe the children are the future." We are that future; we have been reaping the rewards of his hard work.Therefore, we should vote not only in the presidential elections, but in all elections. A single vote can make a difference, just like a single person like Mr. King made a difference in this country.
People have lost faith in the electoral system. What took place in Miami, Florida was one of the biggest fiascos in the presidential elections in the history of the Unites States. But that doesn't mean we should stop voting; on the contrary we should get out and vote more than ever before. When I am talking about the importance of voting, I always have one or two that will bring up Miami. Yes, we were cheated and robbed! But we should forget about the bigger picture, votes do make a difference. And we should exercise our right to vote every time there is an election.
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