Folks, all sorts of people all over the world have fought, and died, to get and maintain their right to have a say in their own affairs. We in Australia have that right but people for some reason want to complain about having to do it.
Voting is our right! Our ancestors fought for these rights and we honour their memory each time we step into the ballot box. The task of running the country is one we should take seriously. Who we nominate will help shape our future and, therefore, we must always endeavour to get to know who the candidates are and what they believe in. And then vote them in as our representative in Canberra.
But remember, it's not like we're asking you to actually do the job of running the country. We just want you to get off your backside once every three (!) years and let every one else know what you think about the way things are going. And you get to do it in a way that is polite, mostly well mannered, even-handed and as close to accurate as manual hand counting can be.