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My niece voted for the first time and is wondering…

My wonderful niece, Kristen, voted for the first time yesterday. Today she posted this question, that I want to share with you. She understands an important part of the big picture, but due to her age, she doesn’t understand the … Continue reading

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Listen: Tuesday is My Turn to Vote (and Yours)

Most of the time I do not blog about politics. We are closing in on election day. My long ago ancestors cherished the right to vote. I, like most citizens walk in the footsteps and stand on the shoulders of … Continue reading

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Less Than A Week Until the Election

I am copying most of a previous post into this post. But I want to precede that with some other bits of commentary. There is less than a week to go. The political ads have become even more vicious and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Voting: League of Women Voters

Well before I was born, but not nearly long enough ago, women were granted the right to vote in the U.S. A precursor of the 19th amendment was The League of Women Voters. My grandmothers, great-grandmothers, and great aunts were … Continue reading

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