Snapshots #224 and #225 and a Brief Rant

Early voting began yesterday in Florida. I had planned to be first in line at the polls, but I settled for being #22.

I call this one, “I Wore Blue to Vote Blue.”

And this closeup is called, “Feminists Vote Blue.”

Thanks to my friend Linda for the necklace. I wear it proudly.

Yes, I realize I wear my heart and my vote on my sleeve. Yes, I realize the odds of turning Florida blue are against us. But every vote counts and I have to keep on believing that we can make this a better place to raise children and care for our seniors.

Only the Democrats favor health care reform that doesn’t exclude people with pre-existing conditions from having access to affordable insurance. Only Democrats support salary increases for public school teachers. Only Democrats fight for social security, Medicaid, and Medicare. Only Democrats are standing up to the NRA in order to enact and enforce sensible gun ownership laws. Only Democrats fight for the rights of LGBTQ citizens. Only Democrats are working to stop the cruel separation of immigrant children and parents at our borders. Only Democrats support a woman’s right to choose.

I’m a reformed conservative, and I vote blue for all of the reasons stated above and more.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

9 thoughts on “Snapshots #224 and #225 and a Brief Rant”

  1. I also reside in a Red state and the chances of turning it blue are slim to none. But that can’t deter us from voting and making our voices heard. I can’t forget that Ann Richards was my governor once, so there is still hope!

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  2. I love your idea of wearing blue to vote. 🙂 I live in MI and I get to vote absentee ballot because I am over 60. We have a referendum to allow everyone to vote absentee for any reason. Alas, we do not have early voting except for those of us with absentee ballots.

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