Do you plan to vote in the next election?
Yes -- although I don't always vote in primaries / small elections, I always do on the 2-year major election cycle.
What do you believe is at stake in your next election?
For me, it's a matter of doing what I can to limit the damage that plutocrats (I don't call them conservatives, as they're not) are pushing for.
Do you know where to go to vote on an eligible day of voting?
Yes, my polling place is an elementary school a couple of blocks from my house.
What good might come about if the things that you vote for come to pass or the people you vote for become elected?
Probably not much. It's more a matter of preventing things from getting worse at a faster pace. The folks that I'll vote for may try to turn things around, but it's unlikely that they'll go far enough to do what I believe is helpful. But they're far, far better than the alternative.
Do you know when on an eligible voting day you will go to vote?
Yes -- I'll stop by the school on my way to work.
What do you have to differently from your normal day to vote?
Not really too much differently -- I'll go to the school to vote before work, which might make me late, might not. Nobody in the office will likely know/care if I'm a little late, and if I explain that I stopped off to vote, there won't be a problem at all.