Christopher Oppermann on Why He Doesn’t Vote

For most Americans, voting is the definition of civic duty. But Christopher Oppermann of the Harvard Political Review disagrees. “Because a candidate will always emerge victorious in an election, an individual’s vote only has consequence if it serves as the tie-breaker,” writes Oppermann, and he continues in his piece to outline why he, and many others, esckew this democratic staple.
Read the full article at The Harvard Political Review.

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