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"To make democracy work, we must be a nation of participants, not simply observers. One who does not vote has no right to complain." - Louis L'Amour


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It's going to be a big week this week for America. So, in honor of tomorrow's United States' election, I've decided to create a wallpaper to encourage those who weren't thinking of voting this year (or who may have been on the fence) to think again. So, seeing that I'm promoting the activity here tonight, this new wallpaper is entitled, "Voting", making this the twelfth design for the year, and the 171st overall to the gallery.

Why vote? It's something that's good to ask ourselves when the chance comes around. The default response in all of us should be that we want to go and vote in order for our voice to be heard and our opinion to count toward improving our nation. It's every citizen's right to vote, as not all people have this freedom and privilege to do so across the world.

As citizens of America, I believe its our duty to go and cast our vote in order to sustain the right to have our voice heard, giving us a chance to elect those who represent the values and implement the laws and policies we want to see happen in our nation.

By not voting, we remove ourselves from getting involved in setting up our government. By not doing so, that makes us - in a way - irresponsible to ourselves and to our future generations. It justly removes the right for us to complain about those who do get elected who may create certain laws that clash with the ethics and direction we want our nation to go toward.

So, my wish tonight is for every eligible person who can vote tomorrow (if you haven't yet voted early), to go to the polls and cast your vote. Remember, it's not just the Presidency that's up for grabs, but many other important national and local positions as well. It's your duty as an American citizen to your country, as well as to your own future! So get out tomorrow and vote!
- Original blog entry from 11.07.2016

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