Election Day

Depending on your time zone, election day (November 6, 2012) is either here or fast approaching, which means that it’s time to vote. Make no mistake about it, this is an important election and the polls are still close.

If you haven’t already voted, don’t stay home today. Your vote does matter. Visit your polling place to vote or drop off your mail ballot if you forgot to mail it.

As always, please research each candidate so that you can make an educated, logical, and unemotional decision. Choose the candidate who has the best chance of giving you your ideal America.

An Important Election

If you’re a US citizen, you probably know that there’s an important election coming up. If you aren’t a US citizen, you’re probably laughing hysterically as the country tears itself apart every 4 years. Anyway, if you are a US citizen over the age of 18, you have an obligation to register and vote in this election. You may think that your desired candidate will win by a landslide, but the polls are much closer than that.

If you are not yet registered to vote, now is the time (if you haven’t already missed the deadline for your state), so that you can cast your vote by November 6th. Of course, registering is only half the battle. You really need to set some time aside to research everything that will be on the ballot, and I’m not just talking about the two top presidential candidates. I’m talking about every representative, senator, city council member, proposition, etc. You should set aside time to research them all.

As for the presidential candidates, I won’t tell you who to vote for, you get enough of that if you follow me on Twitter. I just ask that you research each candidate so that you can make an educated, logical, and unemotional decision. Choose the candidate who has the best chance of giving you your ideal America.