Election Day.

Tomorrow, November 6th (maybe that’t now today, depending on where you’re at in the world) is Midterm Election Day here in the United States. While Midterm and Presidential elections are both important, this is quite possibly the most important Midterm election in the history of the country. Voting is your right, and at this point, it is your obligation. There are probably thousands of political arguments from every side of the octagon on any issue we face.

 “If you have time to whine and complain about something then you have the time to do something about it.” Anthony J. D’Angelo

It’s time for as all to unite as a country. It’s time to come out together as one to make tough decisions that make big differences to peoples lives.

Get out there tomorrow and vote.

Remember we’re all people, and that’s what matters.

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Remember no one is better than anyone else.

Your opinion should not take away the right of others – the same rights you take for granted.

Remember that children should not be separated from their parents except for cases of child endangerment.

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Research shows More people vote in Presidential Elections than Midterms. Research also shows the 60+ crowd as having the highest voter turnout, and the 18-30 crows having the lowest. Less than 20% showed up for the PRESIDENTIAL election. So please. Tomorrow, get out there & vote. Then register to have early ballots sent to you so you can vote ahead of time & avoid the crowds.

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Krissi Mae is a 30 year old writer & Creative Writing Major residing in Arizona. She identified her love of reading at a young age with The Frog and the Toad & Goosebumps, followed by R.L. Stines Fear Street series, and of course Harry Potter. Though she knew she wanted to be a writer from a young age, she didn't pursue it out of fear it wouldn't bring her financial stability. After losing her father in early 2018, she realized the importance of following her heart. She now lives in happiness with her best friend and fiancé.

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