On our way back from this morning's medical maintenance, we stopped off to vote. No "lesser evil" or "anyone but the incumbent" votes here.
John Lynch for Governor, even though there was a Libertarian candidate available ... because, Democrat or not, Lynch continues to do an excellent job. Why change what's working? Andrew Hosmer for State Senate ... because, officially-Democrat or not, I've talked to the man, and he is a fiscal conservative with a proper grasp of realities and priorities. His head is on straight, his heart is in the right place, and he votes his conscience over the party line.
US Senate and US Congress? We had Libertarian candidates available for both. Guess which way we cast our votes. And if you guessed either flavor of Demopublicratican, guess again.
I'll freely admit I for one did not vote in the local races, several of which were unopposed anyway (Sheriff, for example), not least because we've been so swamped the past few months that I really haven't had any opportunity to research the candidates. So why raise the noise floor...?
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