However, the participation in vote had been dramatically reduced (mostly between the younger population) and every single vote point significantly to introduce a determined representation. For example, the article in the web site npr.org* report, “ 2016: The margin on Election Day for a GOP primary for the U.S. House for the 5th Congressional seat from Arizona was just 16 votes, but it widened to 27 after a recount. 2016: A Wyoming state House GOP primary was decided by just one vote, 583 to 582”
Through voting you have the opportunity to influence the government. Every vote matters. There have been several cases in U.S. history where this has been seen. A New Hampshire Senate race was decided by two votes out of 223,363 in 1974. A Massachusetts gubernatorial election was decided by two votes out of 102,066 in 1839. And the Alaskan congressional race was decided by a single vote out of 10,035 cast in 2008. We are all waiting for results of Florida recount now.
Many people feel the same way you feel. My recommendation is to make it personal and make sure you did your part as a voter, and share your vision and choices with immediate family and friends who could also share your same vision. Then encourage them to also vote. All of the sudden you find yourself with many other votes like yours heading in the same direction.