I received a call today from a dear friend who lives far away. She’s a widow and I had not talked to her in a long time. She and her husband were our close friends many years ago when we were young and our husbands were serving in the U.S. Air Force.
During our conversation, she asked me if I still planned to vote for the candidate we’d discussed in an earlier telephone call. I told her I was. She said she had been encouraged by two of her family members to vote for the same one. She admitted that she liked the other candidate. But she said she would probably vote her family’s choice and my choice–because of certain issues.
There’s no doubt that my friend is a registered voter and has been for a long time.
If you are a U.S. Citizen of voting age but for some reason, you’ve never registered to vote, now is a good time to register. Become interested in the process that keeps our country strong. Register. Go to your polling place. Vote!
— Freeda Baker Nichols
It’s imperative we all vote. That’s what our country is about. Thanks!
Thanks for commenting, Patricia.
If we don’t, others will decide the future of our nation.
Thank you for commenting. Win or lose, voting is a privilege and it’s important!