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October 14, 2020 15 min
Do not vote if you do not want to vote. Voting is a right is the topic and touch point for s8. e2. n124. of the Wait What Really OK brand messaging podcast.

The toxicity and force placed into telling people to vote has backed fired for many years and in many elections. Taking a more engaging, respectful approach might bring more people to the table, while allowing others to feel less attacked.

“Voting is a right and if you do not want to exercise that right, who am I or who is anyone to tell you that you are wrong."

In the end, I believe if we invite, share, explain and engage what voting can do, why people should consider voting and moving away from the attacks, insults and belittling, it may draw that many more people to get involved and vote.

Do not vote if you do not want to vote. Voting is a right is the topic and touch point for s8. e2. n124. of the Wait What Really OK podcast.
* Loren Weisman is a messaging and optics strategist for The Fish Stewarding Group, FSG MnO and FSG Development *
* Weisman is also the host of the FSG messaging and optics podcast; Wait What Really OK.*
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