I think it is likely that voting - I mean, the participation in voting - has become (although it was not always thus) a Litmus Test of these times: evidence of de facto affiliation to the wrong side in the spiritual war.
If you don't already understand why voting is immoral hence an evil activity, then you may like to consider some of the reasons.
The fact that these evils are not instantly obvious, is evidence only of the degree of complicity in the corruption of our society - a society that has habituated us to all kinds of evil; including the idea that when we are not personally psychologically disturbed by some-thing, then that thing cannot be of significant importance.
We argue from the numbing of our own capacity for moral discernment, to conclude that there is nothing important to discern!
One clue to the evil of voting is that it is discussed (by all sides) purely in 'pragmatic' terms, as a means to an end. Among Christians and also conservatives, the discussion is how 'we' might vote in order to achieve Christian or conservative goals. The practice of voting is also defended using arguments of how much worse things would-be/ might-have-been had Christians/ conservatives Not voted.
No matter how bad have become (I mean the actual results of decades of voting), no matter how adverse the societal and political trends (especially since 2020); it is always argued that things would have been even worse without Christian/ conservative votes.
Voting is experience-proof.
Regardless of outcomes; the assertion is that not to participate personally and willingly in whatever farce of legitimation is set in front of us by the Evil Establishment, is evidence of some kind of existential despair and refusal of responsibility!
No matter how utterly corrupt are the actual processes of voting, and no matter how purposively-evil the persons and institutions that we are allowed to vote-for; the inference is always that we must just vote even harder - that voting will somehow, eventually, overcome all obstacles of systemic corruption - or at least will put-a-brake-on the rate of deterioration.
As if voting were the normal, responsible, and natural thing; and Not to vote was some kind of weirdly obtuse dereliction of duty!
But (almost-always) voting is not an isolated act - voting constitutes part of a pattern of harmful attitudes and behaviours; including attention to the mainstream official process of lies and manipulations... candidate profiles, opinion polls, manifestos and speeches, pseudo-discussions of fake implications, conversations and debates about voting etc.
In sum: participation in voting is the tip of an iceberg of increased immersion-in materialism, materialist explanations, and materialist hopes for betterment.
Of course, merely Not voting does nothing.
But if we refrain from voting for the right reasons, it will also be part of a pattern; Not-voting can be part of a recognition of the absolute requirement mentally to break-out-from the present System.
Not-voting ought to be act of faith in the primacy and power of the spiritual; rooted in a recognition that all forms of continued cooperation with the System, validate and operate to sustain the System.
Faith is needed because what will happen instead of voting will not be known until after voting has lost its legitimacy in our hearts.
Only after ceasing to vote, and repudiating the pattern of attitudes and behaviours that sustains voting; will we come to recognize what we ought to be doing instead.