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Vote: It Makes A Difference

Being a citizen of the biggest democracy, our constitution gives us the complete right to cast our vote in order to speak our thoughts. We should certainly stand up and speak through casting our righteous vote in order of a betterment for our and our country’s development, growth and making it reach towards a new height by choosing the proficient leaders.

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What People Have To Say

Casting our own decision through vote, enables us to make a better choice for our future. As this is favorable in the aspect of education, development, etc. I will suggest my fellow citizens of my country to VOTE.

RAM SINGH

Retired Bank Manager

Vote For The Betterment!

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OUR AIM IS TO UP THE VOTER TURNOUT

For a more representative and inclusive democracy, we as citizens of India come together not with selfish interests to support or promote any specific party but with selfless efforts to defend our democracy, the largest democracy of people truly representing a sovereign and a secular community that we are.

COMMITTED TO INFORMING & EMPOWERING

Political sophistry is at its peak as many political groups try to manipulate and deceive voters. Tolerance is a virtue only when it is not taken for granted. GetOut2Vote is a heartfelt vow to strengthen the very core of democracy. It is our endeavor to empower it through transparent, accurate and relevant information. It is time to show the selfish politicians and the world, the true strength of Indian democracy.

Indian Elections

India is a federation with a parliamentary system governed under the the , which the Constitution of  India defines the power distribution among the central government and the states. The President of India is the ceremonial head of the country and supreme commander-in-chief for all defence forces in India. 

However, it is the Prime Minister of India, who is the leader of the party having a majority in the country wide elections to the Lok Sabha that exercises most executive powers for matters that require country wide powers under a federal system. India is regionally divided into States and each State has a Chief Minister who is the leader of the Political alliance  having won majority in the regional elections otherwise known as State Assembly Elections that exercises executive powers in that State.

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