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Are you a registered voter? Why or why not?

Bigbrowneyes 2012/05/10 17:51:28
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Until recently, after amendment one was passed in North Carolina, where I live, I thought I was too unwise to vote. I was getting educated, but I was still exploring. No one likes ignorant voters. But I had already taken a side in my mind, and I didn't vote. I admitted this to another social site, and everyone recognized "the horror" of my confession. I admit it...I didn't get registered to vote, and I should have. Live and learn.

How about you...What prompted you to get registered or why have you put it off? (Please avoid saying "because it was the right thing to do").
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  • ~Adrien~ 2012/05/10 20:19:34
    I registered as soon as I could.
    ~Adrien~
    +1
    I like to exercise my right, especially at the local level. . .
  • American☆Atheist 2012/05/10 19:02:07
    I registered as soon as I could.
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    we need to get contards out
  • jimih67 2012/05/10 18:39:33
    I registered as soon as I could.
    jimih67
    +1
    Because I am over 18. I registered to vote 5 days after my 18th birthday and have voted in every election ever since.
  • ☆ QueenAline 2012/05/10 18:33:23
    I registered as soon as I could.
    ☆ QueenAline
    +2
    Oh yes....and I intend to exercise my right as an American Citizen.....but the vote won't be for a communist
  • ordman 2012/05/10 18:07:46
    I registered as soon as I could.
    ordman
    +2
    “I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice! And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue!”

    Barry Goldwater 1964
  • Richard Hungwell AKA Relent... 2012/05/10 17:56:26
    I am not registered.
    Richard Hungwell AKA Relentless
    Neither party is worth associating myself with.
  • Bigbrow... Richard... 2012/05/10 18:13:51
    Bigbrowneyes
    Thank you for your reply. What about registering with a different party?
  • Richard... Bigbrow... 2012/05/10 18:29:18
    Richard Hungwell AKA Relentless
    what would be the point, no one party completely supports my personal views.
  • Bigbrow... Richard... 2012/05/10 18:39:41
    Bigbrowneyes
    I thought similarly...But then issues like amendment one in NC came up. And I realized the importance, for me, anyway. At the very least, you can pick out the lesser evil. Just a thought, not trying to chastise you or anything. :)
  • Richard... Bigbrow... 2012/05/10 19:18:48 (edited)
    Richard Hungwell AKA Relentless
    I will pick the lesser evil, but that changes with the issues. So I pick the issues that are most important to me. I'm not gay, so amendment one is really a non issue to me, in fact the whole gay rights issue is a non-issue to me. I'm not for it, I'm not against it, I just don't care. Honestly I'm sick of hearing about it, it's like when the radio plays the same sh*ty song over and over. (On that note: No one from maroon five will EVER have "moves like jagger" NEVER! NOT GOING TO HAPPEN!)
  • jimih67 Richard... 2012/05/10 18:40:40
    jimih67
    +1
    Independent.
  • Richard... jimih67 2012/05/10 19:12:14
    Richard Hungwell AKA Relentless
    all the way!

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