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In English, you'd say to candidates that you'll vote for them. How would you say this in German? Something like:

Hey Stefano, go for it. You have my vote.

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up vote 12 down vote accepted

Another common alternative:

Meine Stimme hast du.

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I prefer this word order because it emphasizes that I support the person's idea (stress on meine). – splattne Feb 2 '12 at 12:07

Literally it means: "You can count on me" (no matter what, if that person proofed to be trustworthy in the past.)

  • Du kannst dich auf mich verlassen.
  • Du kannst auf mich zählen.
  • Meine Stimme (Zustimmung) ist dir sicher.
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Wörtliche Übersetzung:

Du hast meine Stimme.

Would be OK, but here are more ideas:

  • Ich werde dir meine Stimme geben. // Dir geb ich meine Stimme
  • Du bist mein Mann / meine Frau. (and implicit you add: dem ich vertraue or auf den ich setze)
  • Auf dich setz' ich. (Note: setzen is the word for bet on the horses)
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To make it short:

Meine Stimme ist Dir sicher.

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