November 2, 2020
Get out and do it.
Tomorrow is Election Day. If you haven’t already voted, get up, get out tomorrow and do it. If your ballot arrived by mail, drop it off. If you’re making the trip to the polls, take snacks, water, and a camp chair. Also, do know exactly what you’re voting. Everyone knows who their presidential choice is, but know your choices on local offices and propositions as well, before you get in line. If everybody is well prepared, the process will go faster. Don’t be the person in the ballot box trying to remember where they stand on Prop 176b for twenty minutes. Do everything you can to make voting easy for yourself and others. So much rides on this election. This is not an attempt to sway anyone in any particular direction as far as who they vote for. It is to encourage everyone to vote. And to implore everyone who does so to be prepared mentally and physically, so that the process can be as painless as possible for everyone involved.