The title says it.
If all the anarchists in the world voted, there would be no noticeable change. If all the anarchists in the world did not vote, there would be no noticeable change. Do people think that a tiny percent of people voting or not voting will take the rulers out of power? I don't think so.
Why are we so galvanised by this? Voting or not voting is a personal choice, one that means nothing for the fate of the world or even ourselves, unless it comes to be inconvenient. Not voting will never take the state out of power, nor will a tiny percent of people, anarchists, be able to change the direction of things. I think we argue about this because there are far more important things we could be thinking about, which have actual beneficial effects on the world; we just don't want to pay attention because it can be difficult, and seem unsatisfying, to remove ourselves from our grudges and actually look at the steps to a better world, or village.
We argue and make ourselves unhappy rather than doing ecoculture and natural farming to help provide for our food and materials and medicine, learning and connecting to the life of the land, because apparently an insignificant symbolic act is more important than freeing ourselves from dependency on the state. People argue and are unhappy rather than connecting with others in the ways we can to gather power in egalitarian interdependence, rather than tearing down the cult of the state and sowing the seeds of its demise. Can we change this together? Help each other instead of squabbling about what doesn't matter?