In his day, it was follow your own laws, yourself, or your own god. Even "fallen angels" chose their own will and married human daughters. It seems like this might be the first example of anarchy. But Noah did none of those things. While almost everyone disobeyed and disrespected God, Noah and his family did not.
In a way, Noah "voted" for God.
Let me explain...
Noah was given specific instructions on how to build a huge boat or "Ark"...VERY specific blueprints down to a particular wood to use called, Cypress or some translations say Gopher. The only vessel that would save his family and him.
Noah could have laughed, or decided to ignore God and build it his way, but he didn't. Sure, it would have been foolish for Noah to not believe God since drowning was the consequence, but I believe Noah wasn't just creating flood insurance for himself.
Noah didn't put his faith in humans or himself.
He put his faith in the only living God. And so should we.
We must trust God with our country and not place our hope in the government or a president. I am not saying to not vote nor am I advocating not standing up for your personal beliefs, but one must never rely on humans to make all the right decisions.
One man or Congress will not make everything as it should be...only God can do that.
Noah knew and believed that and was blessed for it.