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If you don't vote you don't get to complain about the person who got elected, because you didn't help elect the other person. The only way to change things in the government is to vote for what you believe in.

Second Answer: When you don't vote your vote will go to the party who has the majority of votes. If you don't want to vote for any of the party's listed to be sure that your vote gets canceled you should show up anyway in the poling station and draw a line across to cancel your vote or even a funny picture. This is the truth that most people don't know.

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No one has the authority to tell you not to complain whether you vote for an election or not. People are going to complain about situations no matter what. If I do not want to hear anyone complaining, I go somewhere else.
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15y ago

You just do not moan or winge when the party that gets into power is not the one you want and if you do not like the way things are being done in government, you like it or lump it. every vote counts, even if you do not think that your party will get in. A strong opposition is vital for good governance

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11y ago

Nothing, but it's a citizen's civic duty to vote. This does not mean go out and randomly vote because your entire family is for a certain person or if you "feel" like one person is better than the other. Try not to be persuaded by each side's persuasions. Seek out what each side stands for (THE FACTS) and vote on which one you think will better the country. Remember, what the other side says about their opponents might not be true, or contains negative connotations with it.

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8y ago

If you don't vote, then you have failed to fulfill your civic duty granted to you by the Constitution. If you are unhappy with whoever is in office, you contributed to their victory by not opposing them with your vote.

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9y ago

In countries where citizens vote for officials to represent them, it's wise to vote for people one believes are qualified. By not voting one loses their option of helping to elect people who may follow the ideas of a potential voter.

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12y ago

we wouldn't have a prudent and no rules and we would be Cass

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11y ago

anarchy, chaos, riots, the Arab Spring except in the uk (or usa depending on where your talking about) dictatorships ect.

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13y ago

Then you can't vote. No other penalties.

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