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No One Ever Cared This Much For In-Betweens
Now we know this is not an election year per se, no presidential candidates are running for re-election, or looking to replace an 8 year president in office, but it is the haste of the democrats since the 2016 presidential result that’s making this an epic midterm election, that’s why Tuesday Ten from Lauren Conrad today list why voting matters.
The first thing to remember is that every vote counts, coming out in large numbers makes a definite impact on the polls across the country, and not only do you have the privilege to vote, but you get to put your words into action.
There are checks and balances in the government being legislative, executive, and judicial, and the legislative plays a key role on an even playing field, the local elections as little as they are make all the difference, which is why it’s being stressed that more women get elected.
Typically, midterm elections are times where not a high number of people vote, but it’s the hysteria as of late driving your local officials to make these midterm elections count, so those in office are helped or hurt, that’s why the millenials are asked to go out, as well as inspire others to go out and vote.