Does it actually matter if you vote? | The Tylt
After black voters won Alabama for Doug Jones and the Virginia House of Delegates was decided by just one vote, many argue this is proof that every vote counts. But roughly 100 million people didn't vote in the 2016 election, and voter turnout in the U.S. is depressing compared to other developed countries. Some believe voting just doesn't matter, and choosing not to participate in the current political system is a perfectly defensible choice. What do you think? 🗳️
Does it actually matter if you vote?
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