The election is part of the Democratic way
Election Day is tomorrow and we encourage all who are physically capable to do so to get out and vote. Veterans Day is also near. Thousands and thousands of American military patriots died to preserve our right to vote — our right to exist in a democracy. If that alone doesn’t compel you to go out and exercise your right on Tuesday, what would?
Those who don’t vote but will continue to complain, complain and complain about elected officials, etc. through this newspaper, other media outlets and, of course, all of the fair, balanced and objective (chuckle) social post sites out there should shut up. If you don’t vote, don’t gripe. Pretty simple, huh?
Although next year’s election will be as volatile as a volcano topped off by the presidential election, this year’s local election has some hotly-contested races including in East Liverpool and St. Clair and Liverpool townships. Not to mention that controversial traffic camera initiative. It will be interesting to see how things shake out
We thank those who are running. Regardless of your political bent, running for office requires time and, quite often, personal expense. You often walk around with a bull’s-eye on your back.
To those running, best of luck. To those voting, thank you too. This is how it is suppose to be in the great land of ours. It is called being an American citizen.