6 Reasons Why Voting is Important

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Around election time, the idea of voting and what it means is strongly argued between people. Some people choose not to vote thinking it’s a waste of time, and others vote with pride and often pressure other people to do the same.

However, it is important for you to understand the worth of voting for yourself.

Below are six reasons you should think about heading to the polls on 30 July 2018: 

  1. Your vote is your voice. Voting is your way of expressing what you feel is in your best interest and in the best interest of the country.
  2. It’s the patriotic thing to do. If you love Zimbabwe, why wouldn’t you want it to be the best country it can be?
  3. Every vote does make a difference.
  4. Demonstrate a vested interest in the outcome of your country. Voting shows that you care about your country’s future and care about the countries it affects.
  5. Not every country has the blessing of a democracy. You are blessed to live in Zimbabwe, a free democracy. Show your pride and thankfulness by voting.
  6. The right to vote encourages civic consciousness. It encourages political participation and is the hallmark of democracy, equality and representation.

See you at the polls in Zimbabwe on 30 July!

Go Zim, get out and vote.


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