Overusing certain words and phrases can have an impact on how people respond. Take the word “just” for example. Using it in an email, such as “just checking in,” often earns a short email back, according to an opinion writer in Ladders.com, a website that offers career advice. Eliminate the word, and you are more likely to start a more informative dialog.
Now consider November 3, the date of the U.S. presidential election. You can save our democracy by “Just Voting” or by “Voting”.
In this election, we urge you to VOTE!