Day 2855: Information for voters

Dear USA voters,

Vote as if your life depended upon it, because it does.

Love,

Ann

Categories: 2020 U.S. Presidential election, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism | Tags: , , , , , | 27 Comments

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27 thoughts on “Day 2855: Information for voters

  1. Wise rocks

  2. To the point. love, Carol

  3. The whole world may

  4. I voted! It took two applications, three phone calls, two additional emails and, finally, I got my ballot–then two faxes and it was done. Crazy this year!!!! Such a relief. The elections office was on an automatic answering service for months and I could never get them to confirm my application for an online ballot..Until, finally, two days ago. Thanks to a persistent volunteer in Guadalajara from Dems Abroad, I finally got in touch with my elections board. It’s worth the effort. I agree. VOTE!!!!

  5. I tried but for some reason they think that being from the UK disbars me!

  6. puella33

    Ann, do you understand those questions on the ballot? I read them and reread them- they’re so technical. I think I’m going to vote No, or is it better not to answer them at all.?

    • They are confusing! I think there is no clear and obvious answer of what would be better. I will probably vote NO on #1 and YES on #2, but I could also change my opinion as I hear more about them. I appreciate your concern and dedication to the voting process!

      • puella33

        Question 2 is too mathematical for me ahahah Nothing registers with numbers and percentages.

  7. puella33

    Ann, I’m sending warm wishes your way for a happy holiday .

  8. I will vote and, because of my state’s peculiarities, will probably have to vote in person in spite of my confidence in the mail. I will vote because I have hope for the future, and that’s why I also say shanah tovah to you.

  9. I voted today!!! 200 people voted between 9 and 10 in the morning on the first day of early voting! I was not one of them. I voted around 2:00 pm, when the crowd of anxious early voters had died to a steady trickle. It was good to see. I did order a ballot, but I haven’t received it yet, and will have to destroy it when I get it. Vote!

  10. it will make or break us. and we must refuse to let it break us, by voting

  11. Our voices must ring out as never before. We must, must, must vote. I requested a mail-in ballot, but I am so worried that I think I will opt for an in-person vote as well.

  12. Yes, Ann, may we be properly educated Ahead of time and surely counted no matter which way we’ve reported our choices.

  13. Information for voters: vote for Harley as if your life depended on it.

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