The Unease of Elections

Why I’m not likely to vote on the national level

When I cast my ballot for the first time, shortly after turning 18, elections seemed exciting. It was almost like a rite of passage; I was finally a full member of society. A few months later, the guy of my choice turned out to be a crook like any other, and I felt betrayed. He kept none of his advertised promises and just continued to rip the position for his own benefits.

“I never want to feel cheated like this again,” I thought. “I don’t need this!”

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Marjan Krebelj

Marjan Krebelj

Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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