Here in the US it is time to get out and make your voice heard. So please…
get out there and
Now is not a time for apathy. If you don’t vote, then you can’t complain.
It is that simple.
PS: If you have already cast your ballot, or do not live in the US, then please disregard this message. 😉
20 thoughts on “Today is the big day! Election 2012”
We have early voting in Texas, so I did the deed before I went up to Kansas – just in case a whirlwind picked me up and swept me off to Oz!
Great to hear, Linda, and great to note that you were not swept up and off to OZ either!
Are the results in?
No, the polls close at 7:00 PM and that means we will be waiting for California and HI to close their polls too.
No problem Lynda; I admire your passion!
Thank you, Deb!
I went at 7:15 AM and voted early even though it was raining there were plenty of people wanting to vote early. Ellen from Georgia
Hi, Ellen! I’m so glad you voted! I am waiting for my hubby to come home so we can go together. 😉
Oh, we don’t live in the US but the rest of the world has already cast their vote (see BBC World Service poll at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-20008687)
Doubt we’ll be able to stay up to the bitter end but we do care who wins 😉
Annie, your comment got stalled in my spam folder. I’m sorry! (I suspect it was the link you inserted.) Glad I checked my spam folder! Usually I just ignore the spam folder, let it pile up, and then do a mass dump…
Next on my list today!
Good to hear, Piper!
Good luck with the result.
Thanks, Tom, we’re going to need it! 😉
If one lives in a democracy (U.S. or otherwise) your main message should not be disregarded, “If you don’t vote, then you can’t complain”.
However, since I can’t vote in the U.S. election, may I complain if I don’t like the results? 😉
Get in line… Or should that be queue in Canada? 😉
Cindy, I hadn’t looked at it that way, and you’re right of course!
Best of luck from Australia – this is a big day, indeed!