How to Make the Best Choice in the 2016 Presidential Election
This year's presidential election is sure to be one of the biggest and important elections we've ever seen. We want to help you make the right choice.
We're not going to tell you who we think you should vote for. It's not our job to tell you who to pick - And we're not taking sides. Whether you follow Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, or the Green Party - Or whoever, it's not our business if we think it's a good choice or not.
Here's what we do want to say to help you make the best choice this election...
1. Do your research - There are so many posts of Facebook and social media claiming one party said one thing, or another party said something else - Don't buy into it. Make sure the story is from a credible source. If it is, read the actual story - The headline may say something you want to (or don't want to) hear, but you need to get all the information, not just a sentence. Be informed so you can make the best choice for you.
2. Don't let people tell you otherwise. Getting into debates with people about the presidential candidates can be a good thing, and help you get more information about all parties and where they stand. Don't let someone tell you your choice is wrong, though. You feel your way for your own reasons - And frankly, it's none of their business. That's the thing about America, we have a choice - If someone doesn't like your choice, that's too bad for them.
3. Vote! You can't voice your opinion, you can't make the best choice during the election if you're not registered to vote. And considering how important this election is going to be, you don't want to be sitting on the sidelines. If you have not registered to vote yet, you still have a few days (But don't wait any longer). It's quick and easy, you can even do it online. You can find out how to register to vote below:
No matter who you choose or why you choose that candidate, make sure you get informed so you can make the best choice. Stick to your decision (even if people don't agree with you), and make sure you get out there and vote!