Election Day is Tuesday, and the reason to come out and vote is particularly critical.
The ability to vote is one of the greatest rights given to U.S. citizens. It is the backbone of our democracy. So get out of your bed on Election Day to cast your ballot. The polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
To say you didn’t have the time or opportunity to vote is weak, and frankly, inexcusable.
Voter turnout is always an issue during any election. More people come out to cast ballots during presidential or statewide elections.
You should always make the time to vote whenever there is an election. Your vote can and does make a difference.
Don’t be lazy. Don’t make excuses. Don’t fall prey to cynicism.
People died so everyone can have the right to vote. Don’t belittle the sacrifices they made to secure that right.