Based on the text provided, how does the author feel about voting?
Voting may be one of the most important rights a person has. Voting is when a society or group of people decide something by saying what they want. Often they mark a ballot with their choice and then the votes are counted. The side with the most votes wins. Voting is important because it is done to elect leaders or to change or start new laws. If you don’t vote, then you don’t have a say in how things are done or who is in charge. You may not agree with the person who wins, or you may not like their policies. If the vote is about a law, you will be subject to follow that law and if you don’t vote, you won’t be able to say whether you agree with it or not. The right to vote is not something that should be taken for granted. Every citizen should exercise their right to vote in every election.
The author feels like voting is a critical responsibility of each and every person.
The author feels like voting is a way to ensure fairness in society.
The author feels like voting should be optional and people should not be forced to participate.
The author feels like voting is something you should do only if you have very strong opinions about a candidate or topic.
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