i don't vote at all, for anything political. never have, never will.
Yep, twice. 1984 and 1988.
Reagan won 49 states against pitiful Mondale in '84, that election was never in doubt. I didn't bother piling on.
In '88, I was serving in the Central American bush, yet the Bush running for President was more abhorrent to me. Sadly weak, bumbling Dukakis appeared even worse. No good choice. Since I was frequently downrange fighting his dirty little conflicts, I only spent about 7 months of HW's term in-country, and I was all-too-happy to vote him out in '92. I haven't forgotten Bush 41 was a terrible President. I never voted for his boy, either.
Oh plenty. I'm adamant about local elections. But the national one? Not so much.
Lots of times. I'm even thinking of it as I type this.
Yes some local elections are like this president election pick your poison
I have yet to vote... Of course im 20 so Im kind of in my training wheels where history is concerned!
Kind of belittles the word "ever" for me. I have been nudged by a couple people to register.
I should vote more than I do .. But I just feel like I'm doing it blind a lot of times. I guess I don't trust what I read about people .. And that's mostly the only things I know about most of them. I always vote in major elections since there's more info. Out there about them though.
I believe that with this election it will be a first. Other times I haven't for other reasons, like I didn't register in time, or I didn't get to my voting place in time. But to actually be a registered voter and refusing to vote on purpose? Nope, hasn't happened, but it just might happen this time.
I did it once last year!
Voting is compulsory in Oz so, no, I haven't missed out. Even if I had the opportunity I'd still vote because failing to vote is, in effect, registering a vote for whichever party wins.
Yes my friend, ever since I saw something happen while a POW in Vietnam, I have not nor ever will vote in a National Election and since I became a US Federal Officer under Nixon, and seen what really goes on in DC and the world. Im really glad I dont
I didn't vote, when I didn't know who I could choose, because there were sometimes some candidates who I didn't like.
Next year will be the election of new president in my country, but I don't know who I will vote for, according to my knowledge, there's no one that I could vote, it's not easy for voting and be able to choose a good one.
I always vote. Because in a country so populous, a voter might feel that a single vote does not make any difference. But by avoiding casting their vote they improve the chances of the unsuitable ones winning the polls. At the end, it is only the voter who has to suffer through poor governance.
Never! It's my view that if you don't exercise your right to vote, you lose your right to complain.