Our Jewish tradition helps us mark many sacred acts with blessings. Why not a blessing for voting?
Blessings for putting on a prayer shawl (tallit, tallis).
Y'hi ratzon milfanecha Adonai Eloheinu v'Elohei avoteinu v'imoteinu, shetolicheinu l'shalom
Chaverim vachaveirot n'vareich!
Learn how to sing the blessings for grace after meals.
On Shabbat, holidays and at certain other festive meals, begin Birkat HaMazon (grace after meals) with "A Pilgrim's Song."
For joyous occasions, such as welcoming a festival, eating a fruit for the first time in a season, putting on a new article of clothing of significant value, seeing a friend after an absence of more than thirty days, and reaching a joyous fulfillment in life:
Baruch atah Adonai, Eloheinu melech haolam, hamotzi lechem min ha-aretz.
Before performing a mitzvah (commandment/good deed) or an act of tzedek (justice), begin with this blessing that commands us to pursue justice.