Lord Garvagh, running as a liberal candidate in 1832, was greeted with such indifference by the British electorate, that he became the first person to poll 'no' votes in a general election.
But there's another person who deserves no votes – the devil.
The Lord's voting for you, and the devil's voting for you. You must take sides. Pilate raised a question that must be answered by every person: "What shall I do with Jesus?"
The choice lies between eternal delight and eternal despair, the Lord and the devil.
To reject the Lord is to vote for the devil. You will receive the Lord, won't you?