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    Are you voting in this years general election?
    I am interested as a lot of my friends are not, and I questioning as well.
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    Definitely. I've voted in everything I possibly could since I turned 18. Better to make your voice heard (no matter how little it is) in my opinion.
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    I will probably vote for an independent unless the Liverpool-based Liberal party stand in my seat.
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    Probably not because there is no party out there I can support.
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    Of course. To not vote is to forever go ignored.

    No party represents young people's views because so few young people vote. Until you start voting, they won't start appealing to you.

    Your vote is like gold dust to the parties. Vote and they will start to listen to your demands.

    The very least you should do is spoil your ballot by putting a big cross through it or voting for everyone. At least then your vote will be counted just not for any party. Although I would recommend voting for someone.
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    Of course.
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    Yes, I will vote. Those who don't have no right to complain about the government or their decisions IMO :dontknow: . If you don't like something, vote and have your opinion count!
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    Of course I'm voting. In the worst case scenario, I'll have a moral high stance over those who complain about politicians yet they refuse to do anything
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