Welcome to Friday Debate, a feature on cup of tea with that book, please, where every Friday a question will be posted that tantalize the brain and expands our horizons. For this week’s question:
This past Tuesday was National Voter’s Registration Day, a day that encourages people, if they already aren’t, to register to vote.
We see evidence everyday how getting out there and voting actually makes a difference. Voting makes sure that our voices are being head and believe it or not, they can make a difference.
However, there are some out there who believe that voting doesn’t make any difference and has no possible affect on their lives. A popular misconception, nevertheless, it prevents people from not only registering but going out to the polls to vote. It is important for citizens to vote in all of their elections, not just the big ones. Voting can make difference, a fact that needs to be instilled on the younger generations, and older generations need to lead by example.
This prickly issues leads me to ask these two questions:
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