Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Every race is important--from school board to Congress. And our future will be shaped, for better or worse, by the outcome.
I was surprised my ballot had school board candidates for areas nowhere near me. I wish now that I hadn't voted for either of them, since I really had no idea what policies either stood for. School boards are so important for the next generation!
Our ballots only have one race -- for the House. District were redrawn here recently, and we lost the rep I loved (Jennifer Wexton), but we got Don Beyer, a solid liberal Democrat. I'm so afraid Wexton will lose her seat. We have already voted.
Same, mutatis mutandis, as Sandra Parshall: one race; choice: My Guy, Their Guy, Write-In. Fill in one circle, feed into scanner, and done. Easiest choice evah!
Yes ✔.Once side encourages the vote while the other side tries to suppress it.
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