Election season is coming to an end. In the spirit of the season, here are some other people's opinions about whether to vote, and how to vote:
Karen Swallow Prior claims that both candidates are questionable morally, and neither is really in favor of Christian values. So she plans to vote third-party in this election.
Rob Wiblin offers an effective altruist perspective, emphasizing the high expected value of a vote in a sufficiently competitive election. Contains an interesting tip: vote for the candidate that is polling high globally, since they are affected by whoever wins -- especially true in the US.
We Are Not Saved here offers a case for writing-in (your vote sends more of a signal than if you vote for a mainstream candidate) and here predicts that the election won't change things as much as people think.
I tend to be apolitical, and can see some reason for me personally to lean that way for a while. Having said that, here is a statement from me about leadership a propos elections.
Also, since voting is like anything else, in a way, the previous post may be relevant.