It is better to vote for what you want, and not get it, than to vote for what you don’t want, and get it!
9th March 2015 Voting gives citizens a voice in the government, allowing them to choose leaders and decide on issues. Some elections are extremely close like you wouldn’t believe, so one should not take it lightly. Each vote in an election matters!
It is nobody’s business who you vote for, just vote for who you believe has proven themselves to be the most competent candidate but most importantly… make your opinion count and VOTE!
The following are points you may wish to consider when voting:
Ask yourself some qualifying questions like, “who do I feel is an honest individual?” and other questions that you feel defines a worthy candidate.
Read about their views on certain issues before they started campaigning (this will reveal their true stance and give an idea on where they want to take the Country or State).
Narrow down who you think has the commitment and knowledge to keep the country and state safe (this is a central issue).
Who do you think knows how to grow our economy?
Who is for the people and truly knows how to lead? (True leaders know how to serve)
Who says what he or she means and means what he or she says?(Who is speaking from their heart?)
So as you prepare to vote, please take the above points into consideration and remember… your decision is what will help move the country and your state forward!