Do your part: be informed, vote on time

Enough injustice. If you don’t like the way things in this country are going right now, please read your Voters Pamphlet when it comes in the mail. Fill out your ballot. Don’t just vote but, vote on time. You don’t even have to go out in the wind and rain. You mail it in. It couldn’t be any easier. You don’t even need a stamp. Just make your selections, sign it and put it in the mail box. Mail it three days before election day.

Last election many, many votes did not count because the ballot didn’t get post marked before midnight on election day. How many times do you read about “how close” an election was?

Please stand up and be counted. It’s your right to be heard.

– Robert Widener

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