Tomorrow is Election Day.
Election Day is your chance as an American to be heard.￼
Tomorrow is one of those off-year elections where there is not a presidential election attached. It doesn’t mean it’s not important.￼ It’s important.
To those of us who live in Chester County it’s important local races, county-wide races, and judicial races￼￼.
Yes I do express at times who I feel is a good candidate and who I feel is a poor candidate and I’ve done that this election season. And no one has to like my opinion, it’s my opinion because it’s what I’m thinking about.
I’m just asking you all to think period.
There are issues with both major political parties. Hello? That’s why I became a registered Independent.
Tomorrow is the general election. I would be happy to vote in the primaries but that’s what I gave up for the ability to be an Independent. Other states have open primaries, Pennsylvania is not so progressive￼￼￼.
I believe in splitting my ticket because I think we are best served by balance not one party rule. One party rule is like the monarchy our founding fathers escaped from to found this country in the first place!
Get out and vote. Make your own decisions and be educated about it. Read the campaign finance reports.
Keep an eye on the birds of a feather of it all. And my other favorite, our wolves in sheep’s clothing, the politically expedient who become members of political parties they weren’t originally not because their belief system necessarily changed and they had an epiphany, but because it’s politically expedient to become something else to get what they want. That’s patently dishonest.
And remember the pipelines. Make them an election issue.