As we approach Election Day, most people know if they will be casting their vote and whom they will be voting for to become the next president of the United States. Overall, the election season was wrought with rhetoric and vitriolic statements made by both sides, not only by the presidential candidates, but also by the general public. Therefore, we have hit a point where many people have stopped wanting to talk about which candidate they are voting for and many people will not openly acknowledge if their views align with a particular candidate. As a result, one question that has appeared in previous elections is raised again: How personal is the question, “Whom are you voting for?” For me, the question deserves to be examined because while I do not think that anyone is entitled to know how someone else is voting, I believe that discussing the 2016 Presidential Election or any other election should not be a taboo topic.

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