is to have EVERYTHING,
NOT the need to have EVERYTHING.
The time has come for politicians and the Supervisor of Elections to initiate mailing ballots to the electorate, that is the voters in America. The privilege and responsibility to complete your voting preferences and carrying your vote to the mailbox is safe and easy with the luxury of taking all the time you need to make the right choices, especially when it comes to reading those long drawn-out dissertations called amendments
Of course it’s not an imperative to change your voting habits. I always looked forward to standing in line for three-hours in great anticipation of stepping up to the voting booth and making my selections. This year has been and will continue to be revolutionary for every American. This year we will also have the privilege of commingling with many, some of whom might possibly be carrying C-Virus. If everyone stands three-feet apart from one another then the voting line should not be any longer than one-quarter-mile or more, especially with the potential for a high turn-out of voters scheduled for this coming election, not to mention the possible contamination in the voting booth and even the drop-off counter.
Over nine-million Americans are full-time RVers and I doubt very much if any pass on the option to vote, and for us having our ballots find us is much more expensive than if we had a stick and mortar home, but it’s worth the expense for the luxury of completing the voting ballot over the kitchen table munching on Frito’s and beer.
Irregardless of how you should decide to vote, you must vote.
This is an important election.