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Halacha - Voting
Submitted by anonymous  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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To the best of knowledge all American Poskim throughout the generations have considered it an obligation to vote in US elections. This is both to perform one's civic duty for a Medina Shel Chessed and also to influence politicians to support the issues that are important to our community if they want our vote.

posted:2008-10-27 15:14:45

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