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More than ever, EACH vote counts.

If you have been paying any attention to world news, you may have noticed how many of the Britons who didn’t vote in the refererndum to exit the European Union have lived to regret–bitterly regret–not voting. And how many have regretted, even more bitterly, voting to leave, in ‘protest,’ believing their vote didn’t count, that it didn’t make a difference, that it was ‘just’ an expression of their discontent, and that it would make no difference to the outcome.

Do not follow in their footsteps.

Vote–and vote while conscious that every individual voice counts.

More, make sure those around you vote, and that they too are fully cognizant of the consequences of ‘protest’ voting.


1 Comment »

  • Dawn Brookes
    September 27
    11:49 am

    I voted in the UK referendum and I’ve stuck with my decision. Frankly, anyone who votes a certain way as a “protest” and is then surprised/disappointed when the result doesn’t go the way they really wanted it to, is an idiot.

    My parents who are US citizens will be voting in the US election from the UK.

    The only way you can get the result you want is to vote for the result you want.


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