Guardianship and Voting – Chester Finn
I have never lost my right to vote and whenever I get a chance to exercise my right to vote, I am at the polls at all times and I know the poll workers and I try to pretty much know the issues. I also feel that it’s very important to be able to learn about the issues and vote because it’s part of, you know, being an American. It’s part of, you know, electing the people that and the people that run this country and I make that decision on my own and I don’t have a guardian. My parents vote for who they want and I vote for who I want and you know we don’t influence each other so to me that’s very important.