Don’t Let Someone Else Make Decisions For You


In the competition to create frowny faces, it seems that political squabbling has been in first place in recent weeks. Whether it’s on Sunday morning shows, award presentations or just at dinner tables, there have been more digs than a graveyard.

Ah, but all that complaining can be resolved with one simple, free act — vote.

If you’re registered, take the time to toddle on over to your precinct and vote in the primary election for the person who comes closest to your way of thinking.

But if your schedule is way over the top with alphabetically arranging your spices jars or clipping your kitty’s nails and you can’t make the time to vote, then not to worry. By not voting, you’re going to let someone else decide who will represent you in local, state and national elections in November.

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