Kahomono - It Means Lucky

Random musings on whatever subject strikes my fancy that day.

Election Day

I’ve voted today, have you?  If you are like most Americans, probably not.  You might not even think this is a day to vote in the US, given that the year is not an even number (Congressional elections) let alone divisible by 4 (Presidential elections).  But local races are the ones with more of a chance to change your day-to-day life, and they happen every single year.

All politics is local

Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill

Go vote.  And if you’re not registered, go register today – at least you will be able to vote next year when it counts is noisier.

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2 Comments

  1. Jacques

    I voted. But they had no stickers 🙁

    What amazes me is: I recently moved back to the town that I grew up in and the same woman from the League of Women Voters that was doing checkins when I was 18 is STILL staffing the polling place.

    • David Frier

      I got a perma-sticker in the form of a tattoo, but it has faded. I need to see if it can be touched-up.

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