Vote in the upcoming Elections

YOUR VOTE DOES COUNT

 

The Republican and Democrat voters each have choose their candidate to run in the November 2016 general election.

Both major political parties decided to endorse candidates, and these endorsed candidates will receive tremendous backing with the resources of their political parties so they will have a huge advantage over the other candidates.

 

USP will not officially endorse any candidates, and individuals will decide how they will publicly support their chosen candidate

Your vote does count, throughout history, one vote has mattered greatly. Please make your vote count.  Some examples;

  • 1649 - One vote literally cost King Charles I of England his head. The vote to behead him was 67 against and 68 for- the ax fell thanks to one vote.
  • 1776 - The new government of the United States chose the English language over the German language by a margin of one vote.
  • 1800 - When the results of the Electoral College votes were opened by both Houses of Congress, there was a tie vote for President between Thomas Jefferson and Aaton Burr. That threw the election of' President into the House of Representatives where Thomas Jefferson was elected our third president by a one-vote margin.
  • 1824-The U.S. House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams president over Andrew Jackson when one representative from New York changed his vote.
  • 1845 - Texas became the 28th state in the Union by one vote.
  • 1850 - California was admitted to the union by a margin one vote.
  • 1859 – Oregon was admitted to the union by a margin of one vote.
  • 1867 - The Alaska Purchase was ratified by just one vote.
  • 1868 - One vote saved President Andrew Jackson from impeachment.
  • 1912 – Less than one vote per precinct in one state elected Woodrow Wilson President.
  • 1960 - JFK Wins the election because he receives: 1 MORE VOTE per precinct in Illinois (8,858 votes);  3 MORE VOTES per precinct in Missouri (9,880 votes); 3 more votes per precinct in New Jersey (22,091 votes). Without those 40,829 votes, the election goes to Nixon.
  • 1962 – The Governors of Maine, Rhode Island, and North Dakota were all elected by a margin of one vote per precinct.
  • 1993 – The largest tax increase in history of America was passed by one vote in the House of Representatives and one vote in the Senate. Both votes were cast by Democrats.


So you can see by these examples your vote counts. Be sure to vote in all elections.

 

 

 

 

 

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