MEN AND WOMEN have fought and died for our democracy.
Men and women and children have marched for equality. And they still are.
There was a time not all that long ago when people of color and women did not have the right to vote.
It is our responsibility as citizens of the United States of America to vote. To let our voices be heard. To exercise our freedom. To cut through the political rhetoric and untruths to make informed choices. To recognize that in a democracy, every vote matters.
If you have not yet voted, then get to your polling place today and cast your votes. I voted early, via mail-in ballot. And, yes, I hold full confidence in that system.
And then, like the rest of you, my dear Americans, I will wait, recognizing I have done my part by voting, by exercising my democratic right.
And wait we will….
I figured the count would take awhile given the high voter turn-out, especially via mail-in ballots. Whoever wins, I hope and pray the official results are accepted and peace and democracy prevail.