Many of us take our voting rights for granted. On the other hand, those who can't vote, like children, often wish they could, so their voice is heard too. Boston Legal once had an episode about whether or not well informed minors should have the right to vote.
It's true voting is not easy. In fact, I once used it as an analogy to convey the idea of superposition and eigenstates in Quantum Mechanics. So yeah, it's quite complicated.
How do you choose when power may change people in ways that cannotnecessarily be predicted and when every candidate or party may have some ideologies you disagree with. But then not choosing is also making a choice to not disagree with the popular vote, and that is something to remember.
Now over to Nina and Nana
You can read Lavanya's take here.