Yes. <br />
"Liberalism" is a product of the enlightenment, and encompasses principles of self government, democracy, and free market trade. So for that reason voting is liberal.<br />
It is ALSO "conservative.". If you take conservative to mean the act of conserving the system we have in place, which is (obviously) ba<x>sed on the right to vote.<br />
The question becomes, which version of that system are we conserving? Seem "Conservatives" grappled with that this year and opted to "conserve" a system we did away with circa 1965, where the disenfranchisement of minorities is commonplace, rather than the system we'veatt,pted to develop since then.
liberal- a political or social philosophy advocating the freedom of the individual, parliamentary systems of government, nonviolent modification of political, social, or economic institutions to assure unrestricted development in all spheres of human endeavor, and governmental guarantees of individual rights and civil liberties.<br />
Conservative-Holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in politics or religion. A person who is averse to change and holds to traditional values and attitudes, typically in politics.<br />
I say liberal
It's a responsible action ;-)
Neither - it's a civil right that should NEVER be abridged.
Liberal. In most of the western nations Conservatives started out as Monarchist parties and in a kingdom you don't get a vote.....or at least not one that counts.
It's an action for anyone who actually think they're vote counts one bit...
it's nither....the only thing those two have on voting is whom it is for.
It depends if there are more people who want the government to be their Mommy. <br />
If so then voting is LIBERAL.<br />
If there are more people who want to live on their own and make their own way in life, then it will be conservative.