Why I don’t vote

Your vote counts for something. Just not what you think.

If your vote — not “voting in the aggregate”, not “voting blocs”, but your vote — has no chance of deciding the election or producing a meaningful difference in margins, then reasons against voting don’t have to be terribly strong to outweigh reasons for it.

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Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.

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Aaron Ross Powell

Aaron Ross Powell

Political ethicist. Writer. Podcaster. Free Market Buddhist.

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