Yes: in all elections (national and local)
Yes: but only in national and some local
Yes: but only national
Maybe: it depends on the election
No: I'm not old enough, yet.
No: not at all
No: I'm not legally permitted
I have voted in every election since I was first eligible - going into my twenty-first year of doing so - and have donated time and/or money to many of those candidates and causes over the years.
Only in state and local elections.
“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” -Napoleon
Presidential, Senatorial/Congressional, gubernatorial yes.
I couldn't give a damn about local elections. Those really have little to no impact and are essentially popularity contests.
For President? Why when the electoral college decides who wins. Three presidents have won without the popular vote, including Bush against Gore.
In fact, it is possible for a candidate to not get a single person's vote -- not one -- in 39 states, yet be elected president by winning the popular vote in just 11 of these 12 states:
I don't like the candidates, I don't like the system but I do like the people.
A screaming comes across the sky.
It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.Pynchon - Gravity's Rainbow