Do You Know What to Say? “My Vote Doesn’t Count. What’s One Vote?”

Craig Huey Election, Politics 4 Comments

“I live in – California, New York, Oregon – and the state will go to the Democrat/pro-socialists no matter what.”


“I live in – Tennessee, Idaho, Alabama, etc. – and the state will vote pro-freedom Republican no matter what.”


“I know Joe Biden is going to win, so what’s the point.”


“I know that President Trump is going to win, so what’s the point.”


Here are 3 reasons why you need to vote in this election, even if it looks like your state isn’t a swing state.

1. This election season has been one of the most wild and unpredictable in recent memory.

Traditionally blue (Democratic) and red (Republican) states have shown recent polling that they could swing the other way.

Georgia and Texas, reliably conservative states for decades, are now incredibly close, largely thanks to ballot harvesting. Joe Biden and the pro-socialist groups have been buying ads in these states.

In 2012, the difference of 350,000 votes in four key states gave President Obama the election.

In 2016, the difference of 80,000 votes in six key states, gave President Trump the election.

In 2018, dozens of races were won by less than 1,000 votes … some 5 or 10.

Election 2020 could be a historically close race too.

Your vote counts. Reliable trends in key swing states from the past cannot predict who will win this time.

2. The legislative races are vital to our well-being in Democrat-leaning states like California or Republican-leaning states like Tennessee.

Your vote has even more power and influence in statewide races.

More attacks on freedom and free enterprise—plus higher taxes and job-killing regulations are coming from state legislatures, not just Washington.

Take California again for example. The once Golden State now has the highest taxes, and an average of 5.5 businesses per week leave the state. That’s an average of 100 jobs leaving the state, too – leaving young people without prospective employment or a prosperous future.

The credit rate in California is #1 in the nation. Homelessness is #1.

The state’s infrastructure is crumbling, and Sacramento politicians are more interested in listening to the special interests than doing what is in the public interest. Instead of more bonds and spending, we need laws and lawmakers that respect basic priorities and pay for bare necessities.

In the last year alone, those readers in California have seen the state legislature pass the following burdensome laws:

  • Lockdowns and church closures
  • Higher taxes
  • More regulations
  • More attacks on businesses and job growth
  • Anti-life, pro-abortion legislation
  • More spending without any entitlement reforms
  • Unprecedented attacks on free speech and religious institutions
  • Anti-family legislation
  • Attacks on school choice and homeschooling.

Your vote for state legislators who reflect your values is essential to stopping Big Government tyranny and the loss of our freedoms.

That is why our voter guide tries to evaluate those races.

Yes! Every vote counts!

3. The local races, whether county school boards or city council, and the bad Propositions, can make or break the future of your state.

The oppressive lockdowns and allowing lawless destruction are often the results of actions by officials at the local level.

Your vote is very important, not just because of the presidential election, but for all the other issues down the ballot.

Now more than ever, you need to vote!

If you have any questions on how to vote, just visit my voter guide online. You can access all three of them here.

Let me know what you think. Email me at

Comments 4

  1. Craig,
    Good reasons why to vote. I’ve already voted by your voter guide vales. Keep up the great work.
    Minister Rick

  2. Of course I’m voting! Not voting is irresponsible to me and devalues self. Also, if one thinks beyond the cliche to honestly look and reflect on the words: ‘People died so we can vote.’ you could begin to understand it’s importance if you answer the question: ‘Why did they do that?’

  3. Not only to encourage others to get out and vote who might blindly vote for an unethical candidate, but to inform someone how to look for a candidate who truly represents the public if there is such a choice.

  4. Thank you for all you do to educate us about our choices and the importance of maintaining our responsibility to vote.

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