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Make Your Voice Heard. Vote!

On Tuesday we will choose the person who will lead our great country for the next four years.

And here's what we all need to remember...every vote is equal. 

No matter whether you are a billionaire or pensioner, each vote carries the same weight. 

When you step into the voting booth, no one will look over your shoulder to see who you chose. 

Not your boss, who might want you to vote his way. 

Or your friends and family, who encourage you to vote their way.

This is your opportunity to make your voice heard about the issues that are important to you.

In the privacy of the voting booth, you are as powerful as the richest person in the world. 

Because each vote counts the same.

So, exercise your power.

If you can take advantage of early voting between now and Tuesday, vote.

If you have to stand in a long line on Tuesday, vote.

Whatever it takes, make your voice heard. 

In an election this close, you are the most powerful person in America.

We all are.


Anonymous said…
who is the richest man in the world in 2013?

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