Tomorrow, I Vote

For nearly four years I’ve watched Donald J. Trump tromp on our freedoms, embarrass us in front of world leaders, and make a mockery of the democratic process. I’ve listened to him tell one outrageous lie after another—over 20,000 of them, the last I heard.

He’s made me cringe. Caused countless sleepless nights. He’s left me feeling helpless and hopeless, wondering if our country can survive his ignorance, his hateful rhetoric, his self-serving agenda.

With the exception of, perhaps, Andrew Jackson, this country has never had such an ill-prepared, uncouth, morally bankrupt person in the Oval Office. May we never have another.

So, tomorrow, October 19, 2020, I vote. For decency. For experience. For a return to civility. Tomorrow I vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

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

28 thoughts on “Tomorrow, I Vote”

    1. I live in a predominantly liberal county, so I’m not too concerned. I’m in line as I type this. In a LINE! I’ve never had to stand in a line to vote at this polling place. Makes me happy.

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  1. You go girl! I just put my Biden/Harris sign in front of my house. First time I’ve ever put a candidate sign out EVER! I’m not going today. I’m going to go on election day. The poll is at the church a block from my house, so I plan on getting up early and going down there before they open. 🙂

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    1. 😘 I voted early because I have this awful fear of catching Coronavirus. I thought I needed to go as early as possible just in case.
      And there was a line this morning! There’s never a line here. Usually I just walk in, take care of business and walk out. Total time 10 minutes. Today I waited about 30 minutes to get in then another 10 minutes inside. Gave me hope!

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      1. So far, we’ve never had to wait more than maybe 20 or 30 minutes to vote in any election. I don’t anticipate anything crazy for us. That isn’t to say that other locations in my state aren’t packed, but ours has always been relatively calm and easy to get through. I’m still not taking any chances and will most likely head out in the morning, but that will depend on MC as he plans to vote for the first time (he just turned 18 this year). If he wants to go with us, then I’ll have to wait until he gets out of class, because of course they don’t give them time off to go vote!

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