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Robert Frost On Voting

Robert Frost:

Thinking isn’t agreeing or disagreeing. That’s voting.

When someone forgoes their right to vote, they retain their right to complain - contrary to common belief. They instead forfeit their right to be heard.

Be heard.

The length, inconvenience, and cost associated with voting lines are minimal when compared with the length, inconvenience, and cost associated with the struggle to ensure voting rights for all.

Vote.

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