My vote for President may be a grain of sand on the beach, but my local votes can be rocks in a bucket. Whether I am voting for or against Zoo funding, the Governor, School Board appointments, Vouchers, the Definition of Marriage, or any other variety of ballot initiatives – my local elections are the ones that have the most significant impact on my daily life. The state level is where the decisions are made on how to fund public education. The state level is where laws are made and created regarding who and when you can marry. We even get to elect whether or not to keep our judges! Many of these elections are won or lost by a few hundred votes, and I have the opportunity to voice my opinion. In these elections my vote could possibly be the deciding vote. That’s exciting to me. That is the opportunity to make real and immediate change. How often do we get that chance? – Excerpt from ‘Ask your Dad’
my vote could possibly be the deciding vote…
About the Author: Poster
If there's anything I learned in life is that Philosophers of action are very compassionate and will always watch, listen, and learn, yet one will be hard-pressed to see them spewing unnecessary rhetoric of any kind, unless of course they are imparting wisdom or protecting others, which is then necessary. This is the type of wisdom that I aspire to.