Fire Politics: Exercising Your Individual Right to Vote

Throughout the United States, the primary elections are over and the November general elections are right around the corner. As we know, these November elections will occur at the local, county, state and national levels of government. The outcomes will...


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I’ve heard people say they are not voting because they don’t like any of the candidates. But the fact is, candidates will win elections and assume positions that will impact us in many ways. Care enough to vote and have your say. For those who are non-voters, remember that if you don’t vote, you shouldn’t complain later. People have paid some pretty steep dues to protect your right to vote. Their sacrifices (past, current and future) should not be in vain. See you at the polls. n