Do "My vote goes for…" and "My vote goes to…" have different meanings? Can they be used interchangeably?
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I would think the first usage could be correct in sentences such as "my vote goes for nothing", meaning "my vote counts for nothing" (or possibly my vote is for sale for very little). "My vote goes to" would, I think, be more normal if you were planning to vote for somebody.
'My vote goes to' is correct.
'My vote goes for' is incorrect. You would say something like:
I think "my vote goes to you" sounds correct.
If you would like to use "go for", you should say something like "I will go for this shirt"