Have you voted in every Presidential election since you turned 18?
this will be my first one. So excited. New President on the way! Romney 2012
Then don't complain....ever.
This is my first election since my 18th birthday, and I voted, so... yes!
Technically some older users might not have been able to vote when they were 18 if they were born before the age was lowered.
My first election will be in 2016.
So you didn't get first... Is your whole day ruined?
This question discriminates against us old farts who couldn't vote at 18.
I'm gona sue!
Turned 18 in 2011, this year I voted in municipal and primary elections at home and just mailed in my ballot from school. Go Mitt
Get on that, Happy!
You must be proud.
With respect to my answer, the answer is yes, both in terms of primaries and general elections. Actually forgot to request an absentee ballot in '08 for primary, so flew home night before to vote in person, then back to school after voting. Didn't miss any classes either, schedule fit perfectly.
My very first election year was 1996. My father drove me to our polling place commanding me to vote for Bob Dole the entire way. I voted for Ross Perot and proudly told him so. Longest 5 mile ride home of my entire life lol
I love to complain about elected leadership. If I didn't vote for who I wanted I would have no grounds to complain.
This is my first one! I voted yesterday! ????????
And this is the first time that my choice will not win (I voted libertarian)
Maybe, many under 21's are voting no, because they have not yet voted. Those who are 17 and younger have never voted. Those who are 18 to 21 may be planning to vote this year, for the very first time. Also, the difference between 21-40 and over 40 is only 2%, not statistically significant.
All one of them.
I'm feeling left out @Starry. You seem to be in a name-calling mood today, but I haven't gotten one yet. ????
Come on! It's my birthday!
2 for 2 this year. Was 18 four years ago and I did the early voting this past Sunday.
Could vote for the first time in 2008, voted for Obama
Going to do the same this year!
The year I was 18 was a presidential election year. I was away at college, so I voted via absentee ballot ... with my dad looking over my shoulder, literally breathing down my neck as I did so. My oldest child will be of voting age at the next presidential election. I can't imagine doing that to her
I only became a citizen in 2008....December of '08 so I was upset I missed voting for a mere month. But I'm excited to cast my first vote.
Also, it's interesting that Democrats and Republicans are so close on this.
Considering tuesday is my 18th birthday, I will have!
Not everyone using this app are over 18.
I already did!
I turned 18 in 96, voted for Clinton, and have voted in every election since.
Akgoat, I just kidding. U face-like goat demon.
Not 18 yet but will when I am 18
I have voted in every single election since I was 21 that was the age then. It should be read worded since you were eligible to vote in my answer would have been yes definitely.
Nope. Not old enough yet. But I plan to once I'm old enough.
Turned 21 in 1959. Voted for Kennedy in 1960 and every Democrat until Reagan in 1980. Voted Republican ever since. In retrospect I regret voting against Clinton in 1996.
I honestly have yet to vote for any election. But the way I see it is I'm exercising my rights. And since I don't vote, I make a point not to bitch about who's in office.
Yeah, but only once per election after I switched from democrat to republican.
Yes, I wouldn't miss the opportunity to vote!
That is wrong. There should be no reason for that. Soldiers who are deployed should be the easiest people to locate. If you are risking your life for our country, you need to be able to vote!
This will be my first presidential election to vote in
Voted in every election since being naturalized at age 44. So "no" because of the 18 qualifier in the question.
Wanted to, but couldn't when I was overseas and no longer had a permanent address in my home state. I was eventually able to get it straightened out, but it took months and I missed a cycle. Mid-level bureaucrats, when unwisely empowered and not closely monitored, can be spectacularly obtuse.
never voted, never will
@kytoal...BYOB and throw up. Cheers!
So glad everyone's voting!! So important!
I'm 1/1 already- I'm away at college so I voted absentee.
Considering this will be the first, that is a yea!
Have I no, not old enough to vote, will I definite yes
Or ever voted...or turned 18 just after the '08 election
Happy birthday kyt ????????
Voting age was 21 and I was at sea in the navy at the time. My first vote was in 68 for Richard Nixon (more of a anti war vote). That was the last time I vote for a Republican. I've vote in every election since.
Didn't have to resort to that for general election in '08 or any presidential primaries or elections since - got absentee requests & ballots in for both generals ('08 and this year) and happened to be home for the primary this year, so was able to do that one in person.