Every Vote Counts

Fishburn, Andy
October 2014
Equipment Leasing & Finance;Oct2014, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p56
The article presents suggestions for voting. It states that voters must collect all relevant informations about the candidates for the elections before voting. They are advised to go early for voting and try to take someone with them who are ignorant about their voting right. Voters must also motivate others for voting.


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