Tuesday, November 1, 2016


I rarely feel the need to vote because I am a believer that our vote does not count. This is the main reason why I shy away from the voting booth. When it comes to the public issues I feel that I am informed but not the amount that I need to be. As for the candidates I believe that the candidates talk enough trash about each other that if a person follows the debates you can find out all the bad aspects about the candidates.

But when we talk about the good aspects of each candidate, I feel uninformed. The election alienates me because I feel that my vote is worthless. 

My questions are:
  1. How do we introduce voting to the youth so when they become our age they are more informed and prepared?
  2. How do we help the youth overcome the voting booth anxieties?
  3. How is health care going to change when a new candidate goes into office?


  1. I completely agree with you on that our vote truly doesn't count. Our society is all out of whack when it comes to this election. I also really enjoyed the question oh how youth can overcome voting booth anxieties. Awesome job!

  2. I agree with candidates constantly trashing each other. They are missing the whole point of an election. Great questions as well!