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I want to vote, too

The American democracy has an ironic twist: the campaign and the results have a global effect, but only American citizens can vote. There is a new site that wants to give a sight relief to those global citizens who are following the race but will not get the ballot.


The multi-language iwanttovotetoo.com is a real single issue site: you can register on the site and cast a virtual ballot as if you were an American citizen. The results will be published when the American votes cast is known.

I will vote, too, but I want to see the whole show before. Luckily for me, my two favorite candidates came out of the primaries so I just want to see what they make out of each other.

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  1. I am Anis 22 years old, I am from Algeria, I always thought that the president of the U.S.A. should be voted by all people in the world since the United States which is the greatest power can affect with it’s forign policy almost all countries. at least I can vote even if it’s not counted.

  2. I believe that the election of the United States is really up to the people who leave there, pay the taxes, serve in the army and so on.

    This game is a good tool to send a message to the Americans. But the best advice is that that all people elect leaders who are capable to represent their national interest in international relations, even with the United States.

    I know that many people cannot freely elect their leaders, but participating in another democratic election cannot change that. And unelected leaders have a tendency to build unfavorable relations with the U.S. or other countries.

  3. je vote pour un changement radical dans le comportement de la société américaine… je vote Obama.. je vote pour l’intelligence car je n’ai pas de porte-feuille à faire fructifier

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