‘Why should people get out and vote?’
Retail and Digital Advertising Director
"Besides being incredibly important, and voting is incredibly important. People should get out and vote to because if you don’t use your right to vote you may lose your right to vote. People died for that right, honor them and our democracy by voting."
"The obvious answer is it gives you the right to bitch at people who didn’t vote. The correct answer is that we all have a say in determining our present as well as our future. The politicos in charge will be impacting our generation as well as the next generation."
"A whole lot of people fought, and died to gain the ability to vote. If you do not vote, do not exercise your franchise as a citizen, you are a failure… definitely as a citizen and most likely as a person. You have an obligation as an American to defend America, and the first step in that defense is to vote.”
"Because voting lets us tell the government what we want it to do. If you think you’re paying too many taxes, you can vote for a person who promises to lower taxes. If you want more services, you can vote for someone who will promise to spend funds to gain more services. Every vote counts.”
Ari E. Lebowitz
"People should get out to vote to have a say in the way our society is run. I won't discriminate between sides in this magazine, but every capable voter should go to the polls on or before election day. Hopefully the results reflect that we don't want goofballs in office representing us."
"Because voting is fun – or so I’ve been told."