Voting is a freedom that I think everyone should appreciate. It’s the very smallest way we CAN do something about how we are governed. Why wouldn’t we want to make our view count? Still, it can be tedious on trying to figure out who to vote for. It seemed like we received hundreds of pieces of mail of people wanting our vote.
My husband and I may not see eye to eye on everything, but when it comes to our political views we agree. So in figuring out who to vote for Jason does the research on who most lines up with our views, and he tells me who to vote for. I trust him. He thinks it’s fun that he gets two votes. I have fun with it too. When I’m accosted by the lines of people entering the library trying to get my vote, I like to say, “Oh my husband just tells me who to vote for. You’ll have to talk to him.” The looks on people’s faces, crack me up! I’ve always been one to enjoy saying things purely for effect. Ha ha.
Oh and I have to tell you, while I was voting, I heard a lady walk in and declare, “I hope I don’t need an ID to vote because I don’t have one.” I held my breath for the answer. Thankfully I heard the man tell her that no in fact she could not vote without proper ID. God bless America!