How Important Is Your Future? Let It Be Known Today!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Bolitics, Did You Know, For Your Information

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As we reminded you yesterday, today is election day across the United States. And while it’s not as glamorous, this election is just as, if not more, important than the historic election that put President Barack Obama in office.

With all 435 seats in Congress up for re-election, the ballot you cast today will most definitely make a difference in the kinds of laws and legislations that will be passed between now and the next Presidential election in 2012. The majority of you, 37 out of 50 states, will also be choosing a new Governor. There are 37 U.S. Senators also up for re-election today.

Regardless of who you plan on voting for, know that every voice matters. If you’re a Democrat, you should know that a “CNN Poll of Polls” compiled and released Monday indicates that 51 percent of likely voters would choose a Republican candidate for Congress. If you’re a Republican, you should know that those numbers don’t mean much everybody that is eligible to vote doesn’t make it to the polls.

U.S. midterm voters choose who makes decisions that touch millions of American lives. These issues range from taxes and national security to Social Security benefits and Medicare. And the decisions made in each state can have widespread effects on everyone in the country. Everything from education policy to health care and taxes goes through the U.S. House of Representatives, and which party is in control makes a big difference. The balance of power could hinge on who gets elected governor in states far from yours.

We’re not here to tell you who to vote for. We’re simply asking you to exercise the right that so many people have died for you to have.

Polls in most states are open from 7am to 7pm. If you’re not sure where to go or what to bring with you, there are several good resources online, like, that will give you all of that information, as well as let you know where to go vote.

So get out there and take charge of your future. And remember: if you don’t vote, you can’t complain.



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      i voted libertarian two weeks ago. time to shake stuff up a bit with these dems and reps taking us for granted. i doubt they will have enough backing to win but i tried!

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  • daahlingnikki

    Just cast my ballot about an hour ago….No excuses go VOTE!!!!

  • ignoranceisbliss

    I hope the change from Democrat to Republican reveal the truth in two years that it has two years later when the went from Republican to Democrat.

    Truth is it doesn’t matter Republican or Democrat 14 trillion dollar of debt 45k for every single American will not go away if the donkey or the elephants are in charge…

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  • Hot Chocolate

    I voted early this morning :)

  • Boss Hogg

    I have to say that the local votes may be the only thing that makes a difference. If ppl don’t wake up, and see what’s really going on, We have no future! Go to to see what I mean. 911 was STAGED!

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