Vote

The title says it all.

Vote.

This is your chance to have a say in our country’s future. It is your chance to take that first step to preserving our Republic and once again making it into the world leader it used to be. You’ve had time to study the issues, study the candidates. Now make an informed vote that will impact not only this generation but generations to come.

It would be easy to get complacent right now, especially when certain candidates are all but throwing in the towel, saying that the only way they can win is if people who haven’t voted before come out and do so. Such statements are meant to not only incite those who haven’t voted to do so but to build a sense of comfort in the opposing party, keeping voters at home.

Do not fall for it.

Vote.

 

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About the author

Writer, proud military mom and possessed by two crazy cats and one put-upon dog. Writes under the names of Amanda S. Green, Sam Schall and Ellie Ferguson.

Comments

  1. Unfortunately here in AZ for this election we only had a choice between two extremist candidates in most partisan races, one espousing International Socialism and the other National Socialism. There was only one race that had a third party choice; then last week (AFTER I voted for him) he dropped out and endorsed the National Socialist! So that was a wasted vote. Because I abhor the limited choices, I didn’t vote for most of the major offices but restricted myself to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Treasurer, state legislature, local schools, government, judiciary candidates and the ballot propositions.

    1. I was surprised this morning as I listened to the local news how the reporter they’d thrown the shot to at a polling location talked about how local and state races might just prove to be more important than the national ones. It’s something I’ve been saying for some time now.

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