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100 Catchy Voting Sayings and Voting Quotes for Motivation

What makes the contemporary world different than primitive times? It is a democracy. We have come a long way from savaging, barbarism, monarchy, and dictatorships to democracy. The journey was not simple, it took millions and millions of lives in revolutions, for example, the French revolution. It took centuries to stand where we stand today as sovereign nations with organized diplomatic international relations. To preserve democracy, it is crucial to defend the voices of the people. It is also vital that people understand the power of their voice. They need to know how decisive their votes are. Many people have this wrong notion to avoid voting to not become part of a corrupt system. That is a sheer misunderstanding, every single vote counts, it tells that people care about who they pay their taxes to, who they want to decide what their days or lifestyle should look like, what rights they want, and what ideology or belief they stand for.

 

 

Voting Sayings

Voting is a revolution in itself. Even if you do have not a good option, go for the lesser evil but do come out and tell the world that you are alive and care for the system. If you are from a political party or independent candidate, you would want people to come out and vote. You need to make sure that part of your political campaign should be only for the political awakening of people. Inspire them to stand for what they believe. To motivate them to break their silence and change the system together. The voting sayings matter a lot in this regard. They become a symbol of campaigns and, with time, an ideology. Barak Obama’s “Hope” is concise yet was such a powerful saying, and we saw people voting for him twice. “Let’s make America great again,” by Ronald Reagan is viral for decades.

So if you are looking for Voting Sayings to take inspiration or inspire people, we have enlisted Top voting sayings for you.

 

 

Top 10 Voting Sayings

  1. Your vote, Your Voice
  2. I win you win
  3. Vote like an adult
  4. Vote, show your power
  5. Time for change, VOTE
  6. VOTE, it’s your right!
  7. Your Vote for your Future
  8. Go & cast your Vote
  9. The responsible choice
  10. Vote as if it matters

 

“Vote for the best. Forget the rest.”

 

“Impress us! Go Vote.”

 

“The real power is Vote.”

 

“Envision your future. Vote.”

 

“I want you to cast your VOTE.”

 

“Because I Refuse to be Silent.”

 

“The change we need.”

 

“Your voice your VOTE.”

 

“Don’t forget, it’s Election Day.”

 

“Be smart do your part, and VOTE!”

 

“The real deal is Vote.”

 

“To Vote Is To Exist.”

 

“A vote for me is a vote for you.”

 

“Cool people Vote always.”

 

Go Vote. Why don’t we VOTE?

 

“VOTE, it can take you ahead.”

 

“No option other than Voting.”

 

“Tell them that voting is their right.”

 

“Hope for tomorrow. Vote for tomorrow.”

 

“Vote! Let your voice be heard!”

 

“The Ballot is stronger than the Bullet.”

 

“Rock the Vote, yes rock the vote baby.”

 

“It’s good to vote, In America!”

 

“Have a vision? Make the right decision! VOTE!”

 

“Vote, it’s your Right and Responsibility.”

 

“VOTE I shouldn’t have to tell you why.”

 

“Feel proud to be a Voter. Be ready to Vote.”

 

“Vote for your Children and for a better future.”

 

“Give those statisticians something to talk about, vote.”

 

“If you don’t Vote you lose the right to complain.”

 

“I Vote because it’s my Right and Responsibility.”

 

“Kick the rats before they kick you, get up and vote.”

 

“Women Have Been Voting for Nearly 100 Years. Why Stop Now.”

 

“Vote, Vote for your man if he can’t do it no one can! Really!”

 

 

Catchy Voting Sayings

 

“Be aware, Do your Share, Vote!”

 

“A vote for me is a vote for you.”

 

“The real deal is Vote.”

 

“We should all agree on the value of voting.”

 

“The responsible choice.”

 

“Your vote is your future.”

 

“Reverse the trend. Apathy can’t solve your problems.”

 

“A man without a vote … is like a man without a hand.”

 

“Each election is defined by the people who show up.”

 

“Bad leaders are elected by tolerant citizens who don’t vote.”

 

“A man without casting his vote is a man without security.”

 

“Go on your way but Vote today.”

 

“Don’t feel fear, Election Day is here.”

 

“A man without a vote is a man without protection.”

 

“Millions of voters will vote this year. Will you?”

 

“The disregard of one voter in a democracy impairs the safety of all.”

 

“If you don’t cast your vote, you lose the right to protest.”

 

“Voting is as much a sentimental act as it is an intellectual one.”

 

“Talk is cheap, and voting is free; take it to the polls.”

 

“There’s no such thing as one vote that doesn’t have value.”

 

“Ballot boxes in America are more often starved than stuffed.”

 

“Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.”

 

“A vote is like a rifle; its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.”

 

“By voting, we lend our voice to the chorus that shapes opinions and the basis for actions.”

 

“Democracy is not only about the right to vote, it is the right to live in dignity.”

 

“I enjoy voting day. I love the scene of my fellow citizens lining up to make their voices heard.”

 

“The drawback in voting for the man of your choice is that he is seldom a candidate.”

 

“Voter education shouldn’t just cover when and how to vote, but why.”

 

“Voting is the representation of our commitment to ourselves, each other, this nation, and this world.”

 

“The wider the array of people who vote, the better the beliefs of the people will be represented.”

 

“Vote for the man who promises the least — he’ll be the least disappointing.”

 

“Democracy is about voting, and it’s about a majority vote. And it’s time that we began exercising the Democratic process.”

 

“Voting is easy and marginally useful, but it is a poor substitute for democracy, which requires direct action by concerned citizens.”

 

“Voting is arguably one of the least effective ways for a single individual to communicate political preferences.”

 

“People shouldn’t be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.”

 

“You Can Either Vote by Voting or Vote by Not Voting. If you Don’t Vote, Someone Else’s Vote Counts More. It’s Math.”

 

“Our political leaders will know our priorities only if we tell them, again and again, and if those priorities begin to show up in the polls.”

 

“Voting is the most valuable right of every citizen, and we have a moral duty to ensure the integrity of our voting process.”

 

“Voting is the cornerstone of democracy, protected by more constitutional amendments than any other right.”

 

“Young people don’t matter? False. If all young people voted, they’d comprise 40% of voters.”

 

“A woman living here has registered to vote, thereby assuming the responsibility of citizenship.”

 

“The drawback in voting for the man of your choice is that he is seldom a candidate.”

 

 

Why Voting is Important?

Above were the Voting sayings to inspire positive voting behavior. But why do we need to spur people for voting? Why voting is important? Well, it decides the future of generations to come. It determines where and how YOUR money is going to be spent. What rights you will have, and what opportunities you will get. Your vote is not just for you, but it is for your community as well. Your one wrong vote can impact the whole community. For example, voting for an administration that is against immigration while you are from an immigrant community. The vote also is a key to a change. You get this opportunity to bring change to your country after 4-5 years… you wouldn’t want to miss it, would you?  So go ahead and vote because giving up your voice is not an option. Cheers!

 

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