IF YOU DON’T VOTE, YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO COMPLAIN
THE importance of voting cannot be understated. Many people think that their vote does not matter. Imagine if everyone felt that way, we would never exercise our right to vote and we would never elect a person to represent our views! There have been many, many elections - not just on a local level - that have been decided by less than 100 votes. So thinking that your vote does not count could not be further from the truth.
Many a times, people who do not vote are the ones who complain about the socio political economy and are ignorant of the fact that voting is about changing those certain aspects that you feel need to be changed.
If you do not vote you let others decide what is good for you. Voting provides an important way to voice your opinions regarding elected leaders and overall policies .It also helps you decide your own future by electing a person who might reflect your own views. If the right to vote no longer existed, the country would no longer survive as a democratic nation, but completely totalitarian. By not voting, you give away your right to influence the government overall.
Because this sacred right has been guaranteed to all citizens of the nation, you should take the initiative to vote for someone/something that reflects your overall views. A good participatory citizen would know the details of the election and get involved in local politics. Every citizen has the right to vote in any election and, therefore, should exercise their vote.
The most often heard excuse for not voting in an election is "my one little vote won't make a difference." That one vote can make all the difference in the world, so female students let us all go and register to vote because if you don’t vote, you have no right to complain!