How We Can Stay Connected and United on Election Day

Red, blue, other.

That’s the underlying theme of Election Day and for all early voters. Voting has become divided by race, socioeconomics, and of course the flawed 2 party system.

I lean towards the best overall candidates, but the Democrats seem to have my best personal interests in mind. Nevertheless, I’m all for Liberterians and Independents due to how unfairly our government has been divided. People simply don’t use common sense anymore and elect their candidates as they would reality show contestants instead of going off of values and issues.

You have to realize that no candidate will be able to nor deliver every campaign promise. We have to pray for our leaders and support them in every step of the way.

The big step is happening: more people are finally voting. Now if we can get more of these offices filled with more than one opponent. Many candidates run unopposed and that’s a problem. You can hold a small office and it shouldn’t be a huge deal. You are contributing heavily to the process.

Please let people be themselves, unless of course they are hateful, hurtful and full of anger. Know the limits and exceptions but it is hypocritical to hate someone just because you voted differently. We need to have better conversations.

That being said, cast your vote by this Tuesday and let’s talk to each other, instead of loving each other. It would go a long way in truly making America the great country it can be!

#imjustdrew #fromdarktosunshine

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