How does Voting Affect Our Lives?

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Voting affects us in our lives largely because the government is tied into many aspects of daily living such as taxes we pay, laws that are made, and housing to name a few. When we vote we voice our opinion on what we think should happen to those taxes, laws, and housing issues.
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Voting effects a persons life by giving you the opportunity to have a say on how you think the government should be running our country. It is our right to go to the voting polls and pick and choose who we want.
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