Average Voting

Average Voting
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  • Hello sir. You should vote if you have not! Here's why
  • Get out and vote!
  • An average voter is any person who has the right to vote in a country of which they are a citizen of, and are eligible. 
  • First off, the group you are in is the average voters
  •  In North Carolina, a total of 9,540 million gallons of surface water was used in 2010. If the water is polluted it will make us sick. That will effect school, health and our jobs.
  • We need to vote on water. We use water for drinking and other things like farming. We affect water by causing pollution from farm runoff. 
  • I think that water should be checked regularly!
  • The North Carolina Public Water Supply Section created organizations that found problems in the water citizens of North Carolina were receiving. They made sure laws and regulations were put into place to make the water safer for the people. 
  • On average an american spends $70 on water a month. What about the people who cant afford water. They also use around 80-100 gallons of water a day
  • Average voters have to make sure the water they receive is up to date. The laws also protect the water making sure its safe. A law I want to see added is that they dont allow any man made chemicals into the water. Other groups have to look at average voters to get votes, so  I would agree with all of them
  • Could you give me a run down of everthing?
  • Sure. Average voters vote on political conflicts that they care about. They vote on how much control the EPA has on water regulations.  They fill out paperwork at certain locations such as schools. 
  • Go to go. Don't forget to vote!
  • I'm going to vote!
  • Average voters vote on political conflicts that they care the outcome of. Average voters may vote on how much the EPA should be able to control regulations for water, or what laws should be put into place to protect them from contaminated water. People do this any time there is a vote on a political issue. Voters go to voting locations; schools, etc. at a set time, fill in paperwork, and make choices for their community. The reason people do this is because they have a belief in what is right and wrong, and want to help make their community better. As a result, about 60% of eligible voters vote for US presidential elections, and 40% for midterms. Less people vote for local political conflicts due to lack of interest. The more local the vote is centered, the less people vote because the less people know about the conflict going on. 
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