101 Catchy Cast Your Vote Slogans

Voting is considered to be one of the greatest rights and privileges to being American. These catchy cast your vote slogans serve as the perfect example to the type of ways you can encourage others to participate in the electoral process.

A man without a vote … is like a man without a hand.
A man without a vote is a man without protection.
A vote for me is a vote for you.
A vote is like a rifle; its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.
A woman living here has registered to vote, thereby assuming responsibility of citizenship.
America. Go to the Polls.
Ballot boxes in America are more often starved than stuffed.
Be aware, Do your Share, Vote!
Be bright, vote for what is right!
Be smart do your part, VOTE!
Because I Refuse to be Silent.
Cool people Vote always.
Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least.
Don’t feel fear, Election Day is here.
Don’t forget, its Election Day.
Don’t worry, today is judgment day.
Early Voting here.
Envision your future. Vote.
Every Election is Determined by the People who Show Up.
Feel proud to be a Voter. Be ready to Vote.
Go & cast your Vote.
Go on your way but Vote today.
Go Vote. Why don’t we VOTE?
Guaranteeing the freedom to vote for everyone, everywhere. Forever.
Happy Democracy Day.
Have a vision? Make a right decision! VOTE!
Hope for change. Go vote.
Hope for tomorrow. Vote for tomorrow.
I am registered to vote. Are you?
I am Woman. Watch me Vote.
I never voted for anybody. I always voted against.
I Registered! Did you?
I Vote because it’s my Right and Responsibility.
I want you to Cast your VOTE.
I win you win.
If God had wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates.
If voting changed anything they’d abolish it.
If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.
If you don’t vote. Don’t complain.
Impress us! Go Vote.
It’s A Simple Addition To Your Morning Routine.
It’s good to vote, In America!
It’s time for progress.
It’s not the voting that’s democracy, it’s the counting.
Keep Calm and Register to Vote.
Keep calm and Vote wisely.
Make your Vote count.
Millions of voters will vote this year. Will you?
No option other than Voting.
Not voting is itself a democratic decision.
One Vote Can Rock The Boat.
Protect Voting Rights.
Reverse The Trend. Apathy Can’t Solve Problems.
Rock the Vote.
The ballot is stronger than the bullet.
The best way to protect the integrity of elections is to encourage more qualified people to vote.
The change we need.
The drawback in voting for the man of your choice is that he is seldom a candidate.
The real deal is Vote.
The real power is Vote.
The responsible choice.
The wider the array of people who vote, the better the beliefs of the people will be represented.
Time for change, VOTE.
To Vote Is To Exist.
V is for Vote.
Vote as if it matters.
Vote As If Your Life and Country Depends On It.
Vote as you please, but please vote.
Vote because it’s the American thing to do.
Vote for Change!
Vote for New leadership.
Vote for the best. Forget the rest.
Vote for the future now.
Vote for the man who promises least — he’ll be the least disappointing.
VOTE for whatever floats your boat.
Vote for your Children and for better future.
VOTE I shouldn’t have to tell you why.
Vote like an adult.
Vote like you understand that someone died for your right to do so.
Vote or Die.
Vote Vote for your man if he can’t do it no one can! Really!
Vote! Let’s your voice be heard!
VOTE, it can take you ahead.
Vote, it’s your Right and Responsibility.
VOTE, it’s your right!
Vote, show your power.
Vote. It’s What Keeps Us Free.
Vote. Let Your Voice be Heard.
Voter education shouldn’t just cover when and how to vote, but why.
Voting is a civic sacrament.
Voting is arguably one of the least-effective ways for a single individual to communicate political preferences.
Voting is easy and marginally useful, but it is a poor substitute for democracy, which requires direct action by concerned citizens.
Voting is the cornerstone of democracy, protected by more constitutional amendments than any other right.
We Also Better Occupy Voting Booths or Nothing Will Change.
When fewer votes are cast, every vote counts more.
Women Have Been Voting For Nearly 100 Years. Why Stop Now?
You Can Either Vote by Voting or Vote by Not Voting. If you Don’t Vote, Someone Else’s Vote Counts More. It’s Math.
Young people don’t matter? False. If all young people voted, they’d comprise 40% of voters.
Your Voice, Your VOTE.
Your Vote, Your Future.
Your Vote, Your Voice.