absentee ballot

I Voted

I actually dropped off my absentee ballot at the post office yesterday. I was kind of disappointed I didn’t get a “I voted” sticker like everyone who stood in line and voted. Then again, I didn’t have to stand in line.


Please Vote

I hate politics. I honestly don’t care that much for either of the candidates and really wish that we didn’t have a two party system. However, that’s what we have and so I’ll make the best of it.

Making the best of it, though, doesn’t mean “not voting.” Just because I don’t favor either main candidate doesn’t mean I won’t be voting. No. I will be voting. I always vote (via absentee) in every election.

I consider it my duty and I’m honored that I have the opportunity to vote. And I hope that everyone who reads my site feels similarly. If you don’t, I’m pleading with you to please vote this election. I honestly don’t care who you vote for as long as you just vote!

If you’re not registered to vote, I’m begging you to please register to vote1. There are a number places you can being the registration process, including Rock The Vote. However, you must start now. Many voter registration deadlines are this Saturday! That’s only a few days away!

Otherwise, get your #2 pencilsBic pens ready for November 4th.

1 With the assumption that you’re over 18, a citizen of the United States, and have not had your voting rights revoked.


I Voted!

I sent in my absentee ballot today.
Don’t forget to vote tomorrow!
All absentee ballots for King County must be postmarked by tomorrow.