Formally decline to vote

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Another word for formally declining to vote is abstaining. You would abstain from a vote when you can't agree on either issue being presented.

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Decline to State (DTS) is an affiliation designation on the California voter registration form that allows voters to register to vote without choosing a party affiliation. It is similar to what in other states would be called declaring oneself as an independent.sos if its a bit too hard to read i found it on google