Essay On Texas Vote

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Texas is a big state with a lot of diversity as well. “It has the nation’s second-largest economy” (Texas 6) according to the Texas Civic Health Index. Despite all the Texas greatness and large land there is one thing that is still not so big on, which is voting. Surprisingly only twenty-two percent of Texans vote. This leaves Texas being second to last with the lowest voting rate. There are plenty of reasons Texas has such a low voter turnout rate. One reason is because of the demographic Texas has. Another reason is that people really believe that their vote doesn’t matter. Finally a third reason is due to the fact that people are simply not educated. Voting will change our lives, if we just speak up everything will be just the way we want it. We need to take advantage of our freedom and not let only a part of the state control our wants and needs. It is important to vote because that will be the only way our voice could be heard and it will then satisfy our needs and wants. The…show more content…
“It has the nation’s second-largest economy” (Texas 6) according to the Texas Civic Health Index. Despite all the Texas greatness and large land there is one thing that is still not so big on, which is voting. Surprisingly only twenty-two percent of Texans vote. This leaves Texas being second to last with the lowest voting rate. There are plenty of reasons Texas has such a low voter turnout rate. One reason mentioned in the Texas Civil Health Index is Texas demographic (Texas 20). Another reason is that people really believe that their vote doesn’t matter. Finally a third reason is, because people are simply not educated. Voting will change our lives; if we just speak up everything will be just the way we want it. We need to take advantage of our freedom and not let only part of the state control our wants and needs. It is important to vote; that will be the only way our voice could be heard; it will then satisfy our needs and

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