Whew! Glad that’s over. You can stop the attack ads now. No more fliers clogging my mail box, thank you. Take down the goofy Randy Horiuchi billboards please. It’s all over but the cryin’ now.
I suppose that’s too much to ask for.
Voting early was great. The hardest part about it was finding a place to park at the County Government Center. Oh well, I can use the exercise. I walked right in, filled out a short application form, then gave it and my picture id to one of the election judges and voted. It actually took me long to get through the ballot than it did waiting to vote.
I voted for the candidates I thought would screw things up the least... I hope. Obviously we have some serious issues to face, the ongoing war on terrorism, a busted economy, rising energy prices, whether Utah will beat BYU this year. Okay that last one probably isn’t on the national radar. But on November 5th, when it really is all over but the cryin’ we will go on. And that’s the beauty of this country. The peaceful transfer of power. There won’t be tanks in the neighborhood or jack booted soldiers marching down Main Street.
So whether you vote early or vote on November 4th, just get out a vote for the person you think will screw things up the least... or do the best. But vote.