Yeah, I definitely didn't register to vote (I would have needed an absentee ballot, anyway). But I live in Massachusetts, so it's not like my vote matters, anyway.
Don't tell me that every vote matters, it doesn't.
Voted bright and early this morning, and the line was out the door! Whatever happens in the election result, I have a clear conscience. I voted. Every vote matters. Ask the people of Florida.
Because Kerry will win my state. No ifs, ands, or buts about it.
it doesn't matter, you can't assume that. look what happened to gore's home state in 2000. i voted in alabama... and believe me, alabama was not in anyway going to go to kerry. but i voted to clear my conscience and to have a voice.. b/c by not voting, i could hardly complain or even disagree with the results as i didn't contribute anyway (which unfortunately many supposedly kerry supporters didn't).
the conservative, evangelical christian movement is very motivated and strong now... they are unified which is a far cry from those that don't agree with their agenda... at least they vote in record numbers to get their voices/desires noted.