From presidential elections right on down to local school board elections, yeah, I vote all of them. I've never campaigned for any candidates, but I have campaigned on certain issues/proposals. It's all part of living in a free country. God bless the USA.
Almost aways, unless I can't see any difference between the candidates as was the case for me with the last school board election in New Baltimore - I just couldn't make a choice based on the things I had read and didn't have the time to go to any meet & greet type forums.
Just voted last week in the New Baltimore primaries but have no idea who won and will be on the ballot in November. That should be in this week's Voice.
I've always voted, and that was instilled in me by my parents. Their grandparents were from the old country...and my Dad and several Uncles were in WWII.
I made it a priority when I moved here, so as to get to know the the city/county/state. Call me crazy, but I get a kick outa being involved in the whole process.
Yes, since I was 18. Can't b1tch about who you get stuck with if you don't vote. That said I also do my best to be as informed on the candidates as possible. If somebody is voting blindly just on name recognition or party I would prefer that they stay home. My .02.