Vote! Don’t be a dope.

“If you don’t vote, you lose the right to complain.” George Carlin

 It is as simple as that. If you are eager for changes, you must vote!

There are currently only 52 short days until the 2020 Presidential Election, and the clock is ticking.

We are now facing one of the most crucial elections of the last 50 years, and anybody who cares about democracy has the sacred duty to vote. Frankly, one ought to be penalized for shirking his civic obligation.

Protests and street rioting are not the solution. They won’t achieve much but strife and chaos. To compel lawmakers to enact any significant political and social changes, you must vote and elect people committed to reforms. Mavericks, who will truly try to improve the condition of their fellow citizens instead of preserving their own selfish interests.

“Being adequately informed is a democratic duty, just as the vote is a democratic right. A misinformed electorate, voting without knowledge, is not a true democracy.” — Jay Griffiths

Disinformation is rife everywhere. Before casting your ballot, you must be informed. Prior to trusting any bit of information, you must check its accuracy. To this effect, fact-checking websites have been created to confirm or deny any abusive allegation.

If you need to clarify an issue, you can check the UC Berkeley Library which will provide you with at least ten sites dedicated to maintaining objectivity.

We are presently dealing with the most immoral and dishonest president of the United States’ history, and we cannot trust anything he is saying.
He must be dislodged from his lair by an overwhelming majority. If we don’t, hatred and strife will ultimately overwhelm and destroy this country.

Vote by mail and vote early. Before doing this, check your voter registration status and make sure that your information is correct. Once you have cast your ballot, this office will confirm that they have received and registered your vote.

If you don’t vote, somebody else will… and the results might not be to your liking.

“Not voting is not a protest. It is a surrender.” Keith Ellison

Alain

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