What If Someone Truly Did Not Want To Vote In An Era of Online Voting Apps?

In fact, I think it goes without saying that in the future we will have online applications for voting. Everyone will vote through their smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop or smart TV, and who knows what can vote through their fridge because the Internet of Things is almost here, and 5G wireless is just around the corner. With all this cutting-edge technology, apologies for not voting immediately disappear – but does that mean we should make voting compulsory? I don’t think so, because I think voting is a right, and you should also have the right not to vote. Let’s talk.

You see, this issue was recently raised in our think tank, and his colleague Cody Hunt said:

“I think if someone doesn’t want to vote on their phone, they can re-send a text message that stops the flow of text messages.”

Of course, this makes sense, as does the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and their lists “DON’T CALL” or “Don’t spam.” So I agree with Mr. Hunt, he’s right. Perhaps one of the features of the app that we face is disabling or maybe simply disabling some of the questions from the survey category, such as ‘showing bonds’ or ‘social problems’. Or ‘voting for people’ – as some people I don’t have time to do these things to investigate, I don’t care if I trust any policy, of course, one of the goals or perhaps the results of this application will be to restore trust and accountability in government, so maybe in the long run there will be more who agree, and fewer of those who refuse to participate, maybe the goal will be to get 95% of the voting citizens.

And if we were to allow non-voting rights to vote as well, illegal aliens and visa remnants, but without the votes being displayed, we would just show how that percentage voted so everyone could see what they thought they liked, and why not those who voted on a smartphone the same way as 13-year-olds, but just fold their votes so everyone can see them, but don’t count them. I think the data is also valuable.

Says Cody; “Yes, I think that as soon as the government supports the voting app, many more people will come out and try to make it bigger. This may create a whole new line of business, but it will never be supported by the government.” the one that really takes off. “

It is true that if the government had a voting application, it would be supreme, but all political PACs, think tanks and special interest groups would like the same information to develop strategies, so you will see that the platform company meets this need. huge industry.

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