What is your Plan?

It helps to have a plan before heading to cast your vote.
By Rachelle Law

Tomorrow is Election Day, November 8, 2022. What is your plan? It helps to have a plan before heading to cast your vote.

For many registered voters, voting is not a major event. Yet, for others, voting is a very meaningful, almost sacred duty. Data shows there have been more early voters heading into the midterms. Unfortunately, more than half of eligible voters will not vote in the November 8 election.

There are a lot of reasons why people don’t vote. Not knowing which candidate is better and the risk of voting for the worse candidate by mistake is one of them. But no vote is a vote. Perhaps knowing who and what to vote for can be a challenge. While voting itself doesn’t take long, knowing enough to pick which candidate is better actually does take extensive effort. If you are still undecided, ask yourself the following questions?

  • What problems do you want to address?
  • What qualities do you think make an effective elected official?
  • What are you looking for in a leader; intelligence, honesty, humility, the ability to communicate?

Please make your plan to vote tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8, 2022? If you are having second thoughts, think again. Please know that the balance of power is at stake. There are several issues concerning voters; the economy, inflation at the gas pump, though gas prices have fallen significantly and largely steadily since hitting an all-time high in June. A major issue on the ballot is the discussion of abortion.

Your vote could actually change the world for the better. Be informed. Don’t let the lack of information keep you from voting. To find who and what is on the ballot visit VOTE411, this site provides background information, stances on issues, ballot questions and candidate’s position on important issues. Listen to what people are saying about the candidate, but keep in mind your own judgment and talk to people with different background who are endorsing the candidate and seek to find who is putting money into the candidate or making contributions to their campaign. Remember to check out the candidate’s universal report card- it will provide candidate’s position on specific issues you want addressed and remember to check out their universal report card.

Polling places change every election. Click link Https://momsrising.org/vote22?source=Niov7 to confirm before heading to the polls.

Rachelle Law
Founder, How Come, How Long
Writer | Author | Blogger

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