No One Won My Vote, Now What?

I don’t know who to vote for in tomorrow’s provincial election. I don’t really care for any of the leaders or parties at this point in time.

No one has won my vote. 

So what do I do with it?
This is a serious question. 
I have always voted and I’ve felt pretty confident about how I’ve marked my ballot each time. 
Sometimes my vote was cast solely on the strength of the local candidate. I have always voted for the person running for the local job even when I didn’t approve of the party or its leader 
After all, the local representative is the one who truly stands in your corner. This is how Canadian politics is supposed to work. 
So, if no one has truly won my vote, then I should probably just vote for whoever is currently is the office. 
Why vote for change? 

Of course, I could just be totally jaded and not vote, but I don’t think is really an option either. 
I am tired of seeing elections where we vote someone out of office. Shouldn’t we be excited about who we are voting in? Voting for change, just because, doesn’t seem to make much sense to me. 
Hopefully, I’ll have my stance figured out by tomorrow afternoon when I go to the polls. ‘Cause I will be there, and I hope you will be too. 
Voting is a power that we have as people, and one we should wield responsibly.