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A person may vote for the president only if that is what he or she chooses to do. There will be many other offices up for election, Repesentatives, Senators and state officers too. Nothing requires a person to vote on every office or issue in order to have the presidential vote counted.

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Q: Can you just vote on president or do you have to vote on all issues?
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