Tomorrow is election day in the United States for federal offices and for many state and local ones. I’ll be working as a poll manger myself, and so I have already voted absentee. I encourage everyone eligible to vote. Turnout matters. I expect pretty much every candidate I voted for to lose. Still, voting is my right, and I will be counted.
While working tomorrow, I will take off my partisan hat and park the bumper-stickered Obotmobile more than 200 feet from the entrance to the precinct voting place. Voting is a right; voting is a civic duty; voting is a celebration of American freedom.