Monday, November 5, 2018

Monday Election Eve - Vote

Tuesday , November 6, 2018 is another Election Day.  We are fortunate in America. The dates are set for elections - it's not random, it's not willy-nilly, it's not after one group dissolves, and others are formed. It's very regular and we get to choose.

Ray and I chose early voting.  We are a "divided" household and, no doubt, "canceled" out our votes. But we did it and we'll still be alive and talking on Wednesday morning.

Today is Monday. I hope you've done the same - early vote, or you'll be stopping at the polls on Tuesday between 7 am and 7 pm to give your vote, your opinion, and exercise your freedom.

Good luck, America!

15 comments:

  1. Voting is most important, it you don't vote then you can't complain should not go right.

    Have a good week Joanne.
    Yvonne.

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    1. exactly. It allows me to "bitch" about stuff!

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  2. We both voted early as well. Fortunately we are on the same page.

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  3. Hi Joanne - glad you both voted ... even if differently - cheers Hilary

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    1. yep - and we just live with the other's "bad" choices

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  4. No early voting in Pennsylvania. I must say, I'm not a big fan. But, that said, if it was allowed, I'd do it. Yeah, so I contradict myself. You're absolutely right, though. No matter what happens we'll be alive Wednesday morning.

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  5. Hopefully all vote indeed, even though not sure much will ever change.

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    1. you have to hope it is all for better.....

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  6. I'll be voting tomorrow. Good luck, America, indeed!

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  7. Yes, I also voted early (Monday). I'm glad I did - there was a line, so it was good to do my civic duty when I had a much freer schedule. It did feel good to vote. Fingers and toes are crossed. I'm going to watch election results shortly.
    Thank you, Joanne, for always sharing important messages.

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    1. howdy - well early projections are not pleasing, but not surprising. Not shocked in TX, that's for sure

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  8. We voted early, too, and even then, the wait was about an hour. I was happy to see such a huge turn-out, but not over the moon with the results. (Except for regaining the House.) Ours is a "divided" house, too. (sigh) Needless to say, we rarely talk politics. Our votes have cancelled each other's out many times over the years, but we're occasionally on the same page. I generally vote for the individual rather than the party, but not this time! I should be ashamed to say I did more voting AGAINST than FOR this time around, but dang! It felt good!

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